From Jaime Johnesse, a collection of psychological horror short stories including:
"Doors" - While using a new hypnotherapy technique Dr. Rachel Everby learns that some doors ought to stay closed;
"Femme Fatale" - They say women prefer less messy homicides but they don't know Tina McGhee; GRIER - Is she crazy or just crazy smart?
"Moseby" - Do any of us really know who we are deep down?
"Robbery" - Karma is a bitch and a blessing;
"The Restaurant" - Have you ever wanted to kill your boss?
"The Winnings" - Lady luck is certainly fickle;
"'Til Death" - The people we trust aren't always who they seem to be;
"Traine Wreck" - Kim Traine had wanted to die, until she thought she was going to;
"In Vertebrate" - Technology is scary but sometimes our fear of it can make it even scarier;
"Psychotherapy" - The horrors lurking in an abuse victim's mind can be even more terrifying than the abuse.
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Loved these short stories
No, just from this author
Yes - she was a good reader
All of them. They were all ridiculous.
This audio book was terrible. These stories felt like they were written by a 4th grader. No tension, no twists or surprises, no character development (at all), nothing. I've never read stories where the cop catches a suspect, they confess in 2 minutes, the end. These stories did nothing but annoy me.