The Smell of Ginger

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
It's Halloween in Jasper, Texas and Butch and Suzy are driving with their dad to trick or treat at the strip mall and the local churches. They didn't count on the truck breaking down, getting lost in the woods, or coming across the ordinary old cabin, but there's nothing ordinary about the tenants - two spinster sisters who have been waiting eternally for children to call their own. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Words: 17,870
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301790500
About Timothy Hobbs

Timothy Hobbs is a retired Medical Technologist living in Robinson, Texas. He has had short stories and poems published in New Texas (an annual literary collection of Texas writers), a short story and flash fiction piece in Dark Tales, a U.K. publication (Issue 7:Autumn 2005 and Issue 9:Autumn 2006), and a short story in spinetinglermag.com, an on-line Canadian magazine. He has also published a short story collection, Mothertrucker and Other Stories, and a novel Veils through Publish America. His novels The Pumpkin Seed and Music Box Sonata and his novella The Smell of Ginger were published by Vamplit Publishing in the United Kingdom and recently republished by Visionary Press Cooperative. His recent novel Maiden Fair was published by Netherworld Books in the United Kingdom. His author page can be viewed at Amazon.com.

Also by This Author

Also by This Publisher

Reviews

Review by: Victoria C on Jan. 20, 2014 : (no rating)
An awesome twist on a classic tale! I absolutely loved this book! It was truly gruesome and terrifying. Parts of it literally made me cringe and say OH NO! NO! out loud. It was very well written and the story flowed flawlessly. I would recommend this book to anyone!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Blaze McRob on June 24, 2013 :
The Smell Of Ginger is a masterpiece of horror! Timothy C. Hobbs has done what very few authors are able to do: get all the elements right; back story where and when necessary; plenty of description, but not to the point where you gag on it-I hate it when some authors do that; and a fast moving story which will keep you on the edge of your seat. The protagonists and antagonists both are superbly drawn and are highly believable. I need to read more of this great author's work. He is comparable to the best the genre has to offer.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Report this book