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Publisher's Summary

Spencer Ellis is a homeless man who only a few years earlier was a successful real estate salesman. Successful until he met the "woman of his dreams" who turned his life into a living hell; marrying him, divorcing him, and then taking his kids away. Now, years later, he is homeless and sees his ex-wife living the high life in a fancy restaurant. He follows her with plans of violent revenge. Can he fight off his inner demons and spare her life?
©2017 James Hankins (P)2017 James Hankins
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1 out of 5 stars
By J. Kromrie on 11-06-17

Good, but didn't note it was only 48 minutes!

Hate it when I purchase books without realizing they are short stories. Not sure when it became popular to sell these one-by-one rather than as part of a collection, but I hate that practice. Love the author but come on, what's up? You needed to meet a deadline so you delivered a few chapters from the middle of a story and tagged it a complete book? Askiny more than 99 cents for a 48 minute reading (a partial fee for a partial story, right?) is a travesty and I a pracfice that I, as a writer would be loathe to do (although perhaps it is meant as a double-entendred parrelelism of capitalist greed rotting from within, much like the villians' practices in the story that drive our beleaugered hero to devistation). Bad move - to insult the reader as this would have been, a good offering for a collection of short stories. This practace seems to have originated from my friend James Patterson, who is a dear man and a trailblazer but. such bathroom session books" are a "STRIKE-OUT" with this reader regardless of talent evidenced or interest (very temporarily) captured. Rasberry and 2 thumbs-down!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 07-08-17

Shocking ending to a short story!

At 48 minutes Last to Die is a very short story, but the author tells a complete and interesting story. Th plot twist at the end came as a big surprise to me. This is a suspense thriller about vengeance.

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