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Lissa's Review: Squirrel Bait (Chip's Dollar Dreadfuls Book 1) by Chip Davis

Kindle Unlimited Publisher: Self-Published Released: February 21st 2016 Genre: Horror, Short Story, Humor Length: 89 pages Format: eBook Add to Goodreads Buy Links

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Tonya the librarian has an unusual passion for books, even for a librarian. When her books are harmed she takes it personally. When people turn up dead over damaged books, there are questions to answer. When the killer is a weresquirrel, the questions become more confusing. There is a certain pretentiousness in classical literature. Elegant writing filled with meaning both astounding and sublime. This is not that. Not horrific enough to be horror, nor humorous enough to be comedy, welcome to Chip’s Dollar Dreadfuls. There may not be any fundamental truths, but there will be much blood. Four (3.5) Boundless Stars

As you can tell by the title yes there are Squirrels aka Weresquirrels. Sounds a little funny but reading this book makes me realize that Squirrels are a little terrifying.

Tonya runs the library and loves her books. It's almost like their her children in some way. I mean it's odd but people love certain things. Suddenly, all these people start dropping like flies and there was a sighting of a squirrel!

OK, so this isn't my normal read. I was asked to read it and give it an honest review. I did enjoy it, it was odd. It was a different type of short story and I think for what it is. It was really well done. The writing is great, it draws you into the story. It was weird, intriguing and really interesting. Especially, when you learn what's really going on. I really liked the history that was incorporated into the the story.

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