The Murder Seat

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Dr. Herbert Marriott has a problem that only murder can solve. Luckily for him, the perfect weapon is locked away in his rundown museum, one too incredible for any court to accept. The cursed chair kills all who rest upon it. But will Herbert’s victim be so easily drawn to her fate?

A four and half thousand word short story.
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » Occult
  • Words: 5,450
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781910206126
About Noel Coughlan

Noel lives with his wife and daughter in the West of Ireland. He writes epic fantasy, science fiction and horror.

From a young age, he was always writing a book. Generally, the first page over and over. Sometimes, he even reached the second page before he had shredded an entire copybook. And you couldn’t even recycle all that wasted paper back then.

When he finally wrote and published a book, it took him fourteen years. The Golden Rule became two books so let us be generous and say he averaged seven years per novel. He has gotten a little faster since then. Honest.

His hobbies include writing, reading, and reading about writing. He has written about reading in the past, and he occasionally writes about his writing. He would happily stay at home all day writing, but the family dog, Ruby, insists on taking him for daily walks.

His pet hates include writing his biography and referring to himself in the third person.

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Reviews of The Murder Seat by Noel Coughlan

Danny McGuinness reviewed on Oct. 5, 2016

Enjoyable story. Kept me guessing about who would die and how. Didnt expect the cleaner to get popped as she only dusted it but then the planted clue of the twisted phone cable came back into my mind. Is there to be a sequel ? ( the Mask has already been taken for a title!)
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Misty Reigenborn reviewed on Sep. 25, 2016

Well written tale, a good quick read keeps you guessing.
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