Transient Tales Volume 3

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The third in the Transient Tales series collects 12 stories of SF, fantasy & horror, totalling 20,000 words and ranging from light to dark and all shades in-between. Volume 3 features demonic spiders, robot wolves, witches, doppelgangers, carnivorous plants, reclusive psychics, immortal gang bosses, apocalyptic survivors, alien voyeurs, flesh-eating criminals, clairvoyants, and God. More

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About Michelle Ann King

Michelle Ann King writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror from her kitchen table in Essex, England. Her stories have appeared/are forthcoming in over seventy different venues, including Strange Horizons, Interzone, and Daily Science Fiction.

She loves zombies, Las Vegas, and good Scotch whisky — not necessarily in that order — and her favourite author is Stephen King (sadly, no relation). She's been a mortgage underwriter, supermarket cashier, makeup artist, tarot reader, and insurance claims handler before having the good fortune to be able to write full-time.

Her first short story collection Transient Tales is available as an ebook and paperback now, and she is currently working on her second. See www.transientcactus.co.uk for full details and links.

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H.G. Estok reviewed on Nov. 9, 2014

Not as much humor to be found in this collection, compared to the first two, but many enjoyable tales nevertheless. My favorites: "Sweetie" (the cover story), the otherworldly "Seeing Red," the violent "Getting Shot in the Face Still Stings," and the gruesome "You Don't Want What I Get." Like King, I enjoy paranormal crime stories, and she excels at the clipped, hardboiled style. I missed the author notes preceding each story in this volume, but I was glad to find them at the end -- and in greater depth than the first two volumes.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)
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