Monday, 14 March 2011

The Church of Dead Girls – Stephen Dobyns (1997)



Slow build up of tension as three teenage girls disappear from a small town. The story’s focus is on the town folk whose behaviour becomes as extreme and immoral as the killer. The narrative character is a school teacher, a local loner, whose behaviour the reader mimics as we spy into characters thoughts and motivations.




 Amazon_4_star: Good - read it again and loan it out or give to friends when shelves full

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This blog was inspired by First 50 words where you freewrite from a single word prompt. I use random words or images to create flash fiction in formats ranging from twitter postcards to short short stories.