Lunch Time Surprise

Rated 4.27/5 based on 11 reviews
Lunch Time Surprise is the conversation between a young married woman and a stranger in a lift that has stopped between floors. The stress the encounter has on them both and her husband on the other side of the lift door leads to an unsuspected twist in the tail.
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Words: 3,110
Language: English
About Mark Stewart

Mark Stewart is an acclaimed author. He loves to write fiction right across the board from romance adventure to crime and onwards to science fiction. His fast paced novels will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the last.
Mark lives in Melbourne Australia and tries to keep to the Aussie lingo and customs. His only gripe is he never has enough time to feed the writing enthusiasm inside him.

Mark lives in the picturesque region of the Mornington Peninsula, a full one hour drive from Melbourne.
He has been married to his wonderful patient wife for over thirty years. He has four adult children and two grand children. Everywhere he looks there is a story waiting to be told.

Contact Mark to leave a comment about one of his books or just to say gidday, (hi) he would love to hear from you.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Jan. 25, 2016 :
Not overly good or bad.
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Review by: Joann Lee on March 15, 2013 :
I was looking for something short and quick to read. This was awesome. I will certainly be checking out more of your work!
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Review by: hrhsophia on Sep. 18, 2012 :
Um, okay. Very fantastical.
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Review by: V. L. Dillon on Sep. 11, 2012 :
Very nice, it gripped me and wouldn't let go. Very nice indeed. I recommend it as a good read to everyone!
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Review by: Tamara Plant on June 30, 2012 :
I really enjoyed reading this story. It's nice to read a short story that has a few twists that you don't have to read 100 pages to encounter. Nice work!
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Review by: Ashley MacGregor on Jan. 08, 2012 :
Very enjoyable, keeps you guessing.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on June 10, 2011 :
How many twists can one ending have? I’d love to say more but I can’t without giving something away.
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Review by: Darlene Gibbs on May 05, 2011 :
It was an interesting little read, quite down to earth and captivating. I liked the end, I was almost feeling sad and then...great job.
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Review by: Alf B. Meier on May 01, 2011 :
Quite an entertaining conversation in the first lines, that in itself makes it worth to read this book.
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Review by: Iqra Tariq on May 01, 2011 :
Nice work. I am actually only 19 you just reviewed my book a candle in her hands. Thanks for your advice and appreciation. I am doing my MBBS right now at DMC Pakistan so haven't got much time but I will improve my work with time as I have just started writing. See moonlight the twilight poetry of coldones by me and tell me your opinion on it. Thanks a lot once again, sir.
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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on April 30, 2011 :
An entertaining read, particularly the "unexpected" ending.
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