A Sinister Grin

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Ron Houston, author of Steel Trap, one of the most bizarre short stories ever, from the Tales from The Satellite collection, and creator of the horrific main-character, Russell Drake, the misogynistic mixologist from the frightening shock novel, 'The Devastation of Mr. Drake,' has delivered a bag of treats just in time for Halloween. Best of all, these creepy treats are FREE! More
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About Ron Houston

Ron Houston lives in Cincinnati, Ohio and has been a mixologist for over 9 years and has worked in some of Cincinnati’s most popular night clubs. Ron says, “The diverse group of characters who have occupied stools at my bar were amazing. Their personalities and secrets were captivating.”
As an experienced radio talk show guest Ron Houston has been heard frequently on 1230 WDBZ, 1480 WCIN and 1230 KCOH in Houston, Texas. He’s an articulate, humorous personality and is known locally as, “ The Mixologist.”
Mr. Houston is the author of the bestseller "Tales from The Satellite," and novel "The Devastation of Mr. Drake." His latest release is entitled, The Rogue Prophet.
Ron's Email contact:
houstonronald@hotmail.com

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Review by: A. Renee Hunt on Dec. 08, 2015 : (no rating)
I was given a gift today, a short story (this one) and a novel that I can't wait to touch. But first: A Sinister Grin.

This is an adorable, halloween themed story of a mean old man, a widow and her dog. It's written in a style similar to a Grimm Fairy Tale but very unique. I enjoyed the rhyme, the off-rhythm and of course, the actual story.

The old man is sour, yet excited to bring terror to unsuspecting children for Halloween. He doesn't care who he frightens or where he gathers his tools- enter the window across the way. The story is descriptive and easy to imagine, allowing readers, both young and old to glean. You hear from the old man, the old woman - who's another victim of the man's vile scheme - and even the dog!

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Review by: S. J. Qualls on Oct. 31, 2014 :
I cannot say that I ever enjoyed poetry for Halloween more. This is something else. I could see the whole thing going on in my mind, no question - but I am not sure I was supposed to laugh. I did. I shall not forget A Sinister Grin, every time I think of it, I chuckle! Thank you!
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