Short Stories – One Sixth of a Gill

One Sixth of a GillOne Sixth of a Gill
By Jean Gill
Publisher: The 13th Sign
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-2955010105
ASIN: B00MQKQQAA
Genre: Short Stories, Poetry
Formats Available For Review: pdf, kindle

A superb collection – so much variation in style and all equally brilliant’. Karen Maitland, author of ‘The Vanishing Witch’

Five-minute reads.

Meet people you will never forget: the night photographer, the gynaecologist’s wife, the rescue dog. Dip into whatever suits your mood, from comedy to murders; from fantastic stories to blog posts, by way of love poetry.

Fully illustrated by the author; Jean Gill’s original photographs are as thought-provoking as her writing. An out of body experience for adventurous readers.Or, of course, you can ‘Live Safe’.

Not for you
the blind alley on a dark night,
wolf-lope pacing you step for step
as shadows flare on the walls.

‘A rare treat’ – J.G. Harlond, author of ‘The Empress Emerald’

‘An eclectic mix – quite unputdownable’ – B.A. Morton, author of prize-winning crime novel ‘Mrs Jones’

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