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Ruth Ann Nordin
on Feb. 22, 2012 :
This short story starts with Elliot Stevens who is at the scene of a house fire. The damage has been done, the fire is now out, but Elliot is haunted by the events that led up to the fire. Elliot tells a police officer the strange behavior of his friend and fellow scientist and what happened when Elliot investigated further into what was going on.
This story was a good escape. I was intrigued to find out why Elliot's friend's hair had turned white and why the house was a complete mess. The suspense was built up very well, and I loved the ending. In stories like this, I hope for a twist, and it was nice to see the author followed through.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)