Mouse and Cat

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
For years she was abused by her uncle, a man with power and no soul, a dark secret she had to hide from everyone through the fear he brought upon her. She then ran away from home, gone without a trace losing everyone and everything that mattered to her. Now years later Sophia is returning to end the nightmare that she has been living for the last ten years.
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About Ben Kalcher

Ben was born and raised in Hertfordshire, England in 1986 and remained there until he was 16 when the family moved down to the south of England.

He learnt to love books at an early age thanks to the efforts of his Mother and Grandmother. By 11 he was reading novels by one of his favourite authors, Dean Koontz, which came about when his Mother gave him a small collection of novels which included Phantoms, Watchers and his early favourite book, The Door to December.

It was through reading these novels that his love for writing would grow. During school, he would spend time writing notes and book ideas but would not fully realise his potential for another 15 years.

In 2011 he came across Smashwords, which gave him the opportunity to release his short stories to the world. First came Mouse and Cat, followed by a further 8 stories.

In 2016 he wrote and published his first novel on Amazon, sharing his love for horror and the Victorian way of life. From the deep abyss of dark thoughts came a novel of revenge, lost love and regrets.

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Review by: Jamie J. Buchanan on March 25, 2014 :
Good tale of revenge and justice. There's a few minor grammar issues but nothing that detracts from the story telling. In particular, the first half of the story builds tension very well - you can feel the dread and fear. Cheers
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Review by: Stephen Craig on March 5, 2013 :
Very good short story, very well written. Good twist. Please keep up the good work - more please!
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Review by: Theresa Chapman on Jan. 20, 2013 :
this was a very well written book. I would read more from this author, keep the good work up.
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Review by: Tim Winner on Sep. 19, 2011 :
Enjoyable read, look forward to more of your work.
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