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3.5 – The Return Of The Unwelcomed by Linda Lattimer with Suzanne Lattimer-Weaver
This story, more of a romance than a creepy ghost tale did have its moments of spookiness.  I think this story would have benefited more from additional length instead of forcing the reader to imagine Rob’s past rather than living it in the words.  I wasn’t sure why the town didn’t want him back.  He was nine when his father killed his mother but there was no explanation of any wrong doing on Rob’s part.  I just assumed the unwelcome visitor would come in the form of a ghost or perhaps Rob’s father showing up at an inopportune moment. Reviewed by:  C.C.

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The Return of the Unwelcome

Rob Johnson is back. When he left he was accused of murder. He made a vow never to return. One day he found himself on the road home. What made him go back? His mother's ghost.

This is my favorite story of the collection. The idea behind it is one of the most pleasurable in the collection. Everyone wants the opportunity to go home again and be accepted for who they are. That is exactly what happened in this story. To read it was a true gift.

This collection was enjoyable. The mix of other world visitors and simple romance was a joy. To see a book that truly believed in the other world and treated it with respect was refreshing. I have to say I respect all the authors for their work on this project. And I recommend it highly.

Mary E
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Fear: An Anthology of Horror and Suspense is a collection of short, scary and shivery stories and poetry including Night Crawls In by Nancy Jackson, Possibilities and Karen’s Eyes by Katherine Smith, Frieda Mae by Linda L. Lattimer, Crime or Punishment by Giovanna Lagana, Feathers by Louise Bohmer, Vera’s House by Katherine Smith, Cynophobia by Janet Mills, Because I Wanted You by Susan M. Sailors, Eleven-Thirty Midnight Road by Vickie Britton and Loretta Jackson, The Stick by Richard A. Satterlie, and Long Distance Call by John Everson.

Little fears become big ones that encompass reality, gruesome death overtakes people, an evil step-mama gets her due, and the boogeyman makes an appearance. These are just snippets from some very well-written and spine-tingling tales of dark apprehension, bad luck and encounters with the “otherworld”. This anthology is not one you should read at night, but only in the bright lights of day when no wicked thing can creep in to grab you. My personal favorite from this collection was Feathers by Louise Bohmer, solely for the incongruity of the meeting of the worlds of deity and human.

 

 
 
 
 
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