April showers may bring May flowers. In this small town, an April flood brings more than flowers to the surface. Some secrets are exposed. But what about those that remain concealed beneath the surface of a bucolic countryside?
Karen’s Magic Review
This is another very different, very atmospheric dark story from Elizabeth Horton-Newton. It is connected to Old Habits, although I can’t remember how, but think perhaps this character is the younger version of Grant from that book, or even his father. Whoever it is, the story is told in the first person and starts out innocently building tension and creating mystery. April showers brings bodies floating down the river and the whole town is full of speculation about where they have come from.
A really enjoyable short read from this talent multi-genre author.
Electric Eclectic books are a great way to find new authors. These novellas are especially for people who love to read, but perhaps don’t have a lot of time. I read this in and eventing. Although creeped out, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I know I will be reading another Electric Eclectic book by this author.
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