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Publisher's Summary

Bodies surface and disappear, seduce and corrupt in these original stories by best-selling, award-winning female crime writers. Keep your eyes peeled, your ears cocked and your wits about you as 20 deliciously twisted tales take you to surprising places....
Featuring contributions from Erin Kelly, Colette McBeth, Julia Crouch, Tammy Cohen, Rachel Abbott, Elly Griffiths, Laura Wilson, Amanda Jennings, Sarah Hilary, Louise Millar, Kate Medina, Mel McGrath, Helen Smith, Louise Voss, D. E. Meredith, Alison Joseph, Emma Kavanagh, Kate Rhodes, Jane Kasey and Sharon Bolton.
©2017 Killer Women Ltd (P)2017 Audible, Ltd
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kd on 04-15-18

Great variety & new takes

3.5 overall & some stories are have higher scores than others.

This compilation of more than 10 stories was good, overall. All of the stories were the right length with the right amount of attention to the needy aspects. I can recall disliking only 2 of the stories. One story manufactured drama having the female fail to escape when she had every opportunity. And another story I just didn't get. I stopped trying after a while, so it may have just been me. The stories varied in multiple ways, which was good. They were not repetitive or just different versions of the same thing. They were not all what I expected. That is to say, the "killer" wasn't always who I thought I would be, and a female didn't "kill" in expected ways each time or even physically each time. Also, every author didn't try to make the harmed or killed person "deserved" of the outcome nor every perpetrator the ultimate evil person. The normality of the folk was what made the stories compelling because they were everyday folk caught up in things almost anyone could find herself/himself in.
I have no complaints about the narrators. All of the stories were done well.

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