Approaching Footsteps

Approaching Footsteps Four compelling novellas add up to one suspenseful and entertaining collection Relish best selling novelist Donna Hill s gripping tale of desperation and danger in Auburn Lane Enjoy author Jennife

  • Title: Approaching Footsteps
  • Author: Patricia Flaherty Pagan Donna Hill Jennifer Leeper Rita Banerjee Megan Steusloff Holly Walrath
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Four compelling novellas add up to one suspenseful and entertaining collection Relish best selling novelist Donna Hill s gripping tale of desperation and danger in 136 Auburn Lane Enjoy author Jennifer Leeper s unique spin on noir fiction in The Reiger File Experience writer scholar Rita Banerjee s blending of a story of two unlikely allies trapped in a monsooFour compelling novellas add up to one suspenseful and entertaining collection Relish best selling novelist Donna Hill s gripping tale of desperation and danger in 136 Auburn Lane Enjoy author Jennifer Leeper s unique spin on noir fiction in The Reiger File Experience writer scholar Rita Banerjee s blending of a story of two unlikely allies trapped in a monsoon with a tale of murder and magic in A Night with Kali Feel the tension between love and danger in debut writer Megan Stuessloff s tale of an interracial couple and the deadly price they must pay for freedom in the novella Brave Enough to Follow Vivid settings and complex characters combine to create a surprising and memorable read The bonus section offers readers the highlights of Spider Road Press recent flash fiction contests 5% for Healing Five percent of the proceeds from this collection benefit rape crisis and veterans charities.

    • Approaching Footsteps - Patricia Flaherty Pagan Donna Hill Jennifer Leeper Rita Banerjee Megan Steusloff Holly Walrath
      150 Patricia Flaherty Pagan Donna Hill Jennifer Leeper Rita Banerjee Megan Steusloff Holly Walrath
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      Published :2019-08-20T14:20:52+00:00

    About "Patricia Flaherty Pagan Donna Hill Jennifer Leeper Rita Banerjee Megan Steusloff Holly Walrath"

    1. Patricia Flaherty Pagan Donna Hill Jennifer Leeper Rita Banerjee Megan Steusloff Holly Walrath

      Patricia Flaherty Pagan grew up in Red Sox country but has since traveled the world She thought getting her MFA in creative writing from Goddard was hard, until she tried adopting two Indonesian street cats Her award winning literary short stories were published in Trail Ways Pilgrims Stories She edits fiction by and about strong women Her fiction has appeared in many anthologies and journals, including Waves of Suspense, and Eve s Requiem Tales of Women, Mystery and Horror.

    689 thoughts on “Approaching Footsteps”

    1. I received an ARC for this review, but I made it very clear I'd provide an honest opinion. I'm happy to say that I loved this distinctive collection of four unique voices, which covers everything from mystery to history. In "The Reiger File" by Jennifer Leeper, a young detective-in-trainings youthful passion takes him on a journey better left untaken. In "A Night with Kali" by Rita Banerjee, a taxi driver in Kolkata, India, tells a ghost story to his curious passenger. In "Brave Enough to Follow [...]


    2. This anthology of novellas effectively combines suspense with provocative social issues. A creepy piece by Donna Hill is a standout. You’ll love the diversity of the novellas plus the bonus flash fiction pieces, which feature strong female protagonists. All in all, another winning collection from Spider Road Press. Easy to see why these collections are award winners.


    3. The four novellas in "Approaching Footsteps" couldn't be more different, you can tell they were written by four different writers. And yet, all of these stories were suspenseful in nature and featured a female protagonist that I connected with. The bonus flash fiction at the back was unexpected, a terrific surprise. Such a fantastic representation of modern, women writers.


    4. The story "136 Auburn Lane" was the most suspenseful of the four suspense stories. The others were well written but lacked the page-turning impulse. I really liked the Flash Fiction at the back of the book. Every bit of these were full of suspense.




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