The Kidnapper

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Katie walks home from work to her apartment every day, and visits a small supermarket on the way home. On two occasions she encounters a duo of petty criminals outside the supermarket who eye her, and kidnap her one late afternoon. Will the valiant Katie's life come to an untimely end at the hands of her kidnappers, or will this be a meeting of the minds in a most unexpected way for her, and them?

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About Marcia Carrington

Marcia Carrington writes about the human condition, exploring what makes people tick, but in an upbeat and optimistic tone. She is an interested observer of popular culture, and fan of cinema from all eras and countries.

Marcia also has a great love for coffee. The morning coffee has always been a staple for Marcia, and something which she cannot do without. There is just something about the fresh aroma of coffee early in the morning, and anytime for that fact, which proves irresistible to her.

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Review by: GlennAndSasha Gabriel on June 1, 2015 :
A good story about how a kidnapper and their victim interact, at times, in surprising and bewildering ways. A good deal happens in the story begging answers to questions not given, which makes the story very interesting as you try to figure things out.

There is a line in the story that struck me. It is when two of the characters in the story are walking arm in arm, who appear not to fit together. People always judging without knowing, or caring who those people are. The line is: “There were a few curious stares from passersby, but they did not worry about this, it was insignificant in the overall scheme of life.”

People will always judge you and who you may be with, but as the line states, it is insignificant in the overall scheme of life. Be true to yourself, be who you are and not what others want you to be, and be with whom you like. If others don’t like it, that’s their problem.

Another good story from this author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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