Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words How does a ghost get even Her professor promised to help her get published Instead he killed her stealing her work to boost his career and bank account It intrigued me surprised me and made me thin

  • Title: Famous Last Words
  • Author: Regan Black
  • ISBN: 2940011134869
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Nook
  • How does a ghost get even Her professor promised to help her get published Instead he killed her, stealing her work to boost his career and bank account It intrigued me, surprised me, and made me think Bravo for coming up with a unique approach to the age old he done me wrong now I want revenge theme I highly recommend this very short but extremely enjoyable read How does a ghost get even Her professor promised to help her get published Instead he killed her, stealing her work to boost his career and bank account It intrigued me, surprised me, and made me think Bravo for coming up with a unique approach to the age old he done me wrong now I want revenge theme I highly recommend this very short but extremely enjoyable read Fallen Angels Reviews

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    1 thought on “Famous Last Words”

    1. Very short and well-wrought, this little ghost story left me bemused and chuckling. Revenge is served up cold in this chilling account of a young woman’s retaliation when a trusted professor steals her work and claims it for his own. There is also a clever little twist that made this read even sweeter. Another hit for up-and-comer Regan Black.

    2. Hell hath no fury like a woman who is stolen from, even when she turns out to be a ghost or perhaps especially then interesting short story but things are missing. This is told from the point of view of the main female character, although the author puts herself in it as a new up and coming author.

    3. Short, but sweet tale of revenge. I thought it was interesting that the author made herself a character in the book. I thought it was a little heavily foreshadowed with the coffee in the beginning, but it wasn't bad.

    4. Glad it was a short story. I believe I would have stopped reading after the 3rd page had it been a longer story.

    5. Not something that would give me reason to search out other titles by this author. There is a reason why certain titles are Kindle freebies.

    6. This short story is only 26 pages so I am choosing to not give it any stars as I do not feel I read enough of this author's writing to fairly judge it.

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