Naked Girls and the White Rabbit

Rated 5.00/5 based on 8 reviews
A sleepover with the Branagh Brothers usually means a night of ultimate freedom. Paul only wants a little benign mischief to break up the boredom in his idyllic home life. This night, however, the dependably drunk Mr. Branagh takes a turn toward derangement. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » General
  • Words: 3,680
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781465924490
About Melissa King Berthold

Melissa King Berthold has 20 years of professional writing experience. She began as a freelancer generating online fictional content for a popular sci-fi author then graduated to news writing, reporting and producing in television markets in Arizona, California, and Alabama before taking up freelancing once more. Her satirical works are syndicated through Lexus Nexus, Amazon and CanWest media.

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Reviews

nonnie reviewed on Nov. 9, 2011

Beware! The author expertly reels you in with what you think is a slice of life/coming of age story. By the time you realize it's something else, it's too late. You're too absorbed in the story to stop reading.
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rachelmartin reviewed on Nov. 9, 2011

There was never a dull moment, I loved every second of it. Great job with characterization. Absolutely flawless.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Gretta Tyler reviewed on Nov. 9, 2011

This was a great story to read before going to sleep. The characters remind me of my little brothers when I was a kid. I kept shaking my head 'no' while they were heading for trouble. The author succeeded in giving me a dire sense of apprehension. I was wishing I could be a character to jump in and save the day.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
0whole1 reviewed on Nov. 8, 2011

A trailer park tea party on the border between escapism and thing we're trying to escape. Well worth reading.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Royal Everhard reviewed on Nov. 8, 2011

Rich characters fed by an agile narration - which to me were even more interesting than the great horror plot building up until the fall. This is a superb short story bringing style to the genre. I look forward for more stories from the author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
blue collar mamma reviewed on Nov. 8, 2011

Love it! It was deliciously creepy. I'll definitely read this again.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Amanda Murphy reviewed on Nov. 8, 2011

Omg, I love this story! I was totally creeped out by that house and the dad. Plus, I'll probably have juicy nightmares about the rabbit. ;-)
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Patricia & Stanley Walsh reviewed on Nov. 8, 2011

A short story filled with the bizarre and a true psychological thriller. This psychological drama is a must read!
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