Oh, the Horror
- A Collection of Dark Fiction
- Narrated by: Stephanye Dussud
- Length: 2 hrs and 52 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-20-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Cherry Hill Publishing
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"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.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By ST on 04-01-15
Loved these short stories
I enjoyed listen to all these short stories. Each one had its on little twist at the end , that was fun and exciting .
every story keep my interesting and wondering what was going to happen next .
The writing and telling of the story was wonderful I can not wait to listen to it again and read more of Jaime Johnesee books
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By Igrat777 on 10-19-13
Would you try another book from Jaime Johnesee and/or Stephanye Dussud?
Has Oh, the Horror turned you off from other books in this genre?
No, just from this author
Would you be willing to try another one of Stephanye Dussud’s performances?
Yes - she was a good reader
What character would you cut from Oh, the Horror?
All of them. They were all ridiculous.
Any additional comments?
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.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful