Rated 3.60/5 based on 5 reviews
This short story is about a young women who falls for a hoodie. Only to find that she was subjected to violence.
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About Kristina Howells

I am a published author and poet. I currently live in Calais in France, I am a British expat. I have written non-fiction and fiction works. I design all my book covers, and I have become an online judge of ebooks.

My works include:
A Hatter goes Mad
Te Deum
Una voce
Lettre Fatale
Making sense of the Genesis Flood
Making sense of the Life of Christ
Law and Gospel
Les Delices de Calais
Short stories

Since my publishers have gone out of business due to the credit crisis I am now self publishing using to help me. It is easy to publish without paying for it when you know how. All my works are found on amazon.

If you wish to contact me please do not hesitate all queries will be answered.

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Review by: Allies Press on Oct. 23, 2011 :
A powerful short story that makes you wake up to domestic violence, an ever so real situation that occurs on a daily basis.
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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on Aug. 5, 2011 :
Bittersweet tale. Believable.
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Review by: Tiffany Haynes on June 23, 2011 :
I did not like this story at all, the whole story line, everything about the book was terrible!
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Review by: Heather Taylor on June 14, 2011 :
A very powerful and emotive story. It captured me completely and I couldn't stop reading until I had finished it...... I will recommend it to others.
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Review by: Mark Cantrell on June 4, 2011 :
This is a short but far from sweet story. That's not a comment on the writinng, but on the relationship the writing depicts. Howells pulls no punches, much like the thug of the title, who brutally betrays his girlfriend's trust and affection by, well... read the story and you'll see. Written to raise the issue of domestic violence, it leaves no doubt (as if there ever could be any) of the cowardly brutality of those 'men' who hide their inadequacies behind their fists.
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