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Dig Two Graves: An Anthology Vol. I Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07RNHBQ2N
- Publication date : June 15, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4744 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 346 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #992,678 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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“The Shakes” by Kenzie Jennings
Elsie’s neighbor gives her the recipe to deliver the “natural darkness of karmic retribution” to a lying ex.
“A Little Respect” by Thomas Gunther
A man with a magical gift and terrifying impulses doles out revenge for every slight.
“Odin’s Eagle” by Christine Morgan
A rich, insufferable coward pays dearly for the casual killing of a family man.
“Samantha” by Jeremy Magargee
He’s had numerous victims, but this evil being will forever have a single name on his lips.
“Head” by Duncan Ralston
Hitman Dennis thinks he has his last job wrapped up, but karma rears its ugly head mid-flight.
“Nemesis” by C. Derick Miller
Prey becomes predator to avenge the savage deaths of his family.
“The Six O’Clock” by DJ Tyrer
A woman goes to extremes to deliver payback to the person who caused her sister to take her own life.
“Murdock’s Magnificent Emporium” By Sean Seebach
A man hot on the trail of a monster discovers that things are not as they appear.
“The Forgiven Ghost in Me” by Feind Gottes
Survival is not as simple as thinking outside the box
“Visions in Blue” by Dani Brown
Bad romance and robots with tons of bizarreness thrown in for good measure.
“Lifting the Weight” by Ali Abbas
A demon with a weight on his soul and a weakness for wealth takes a tip from a vampire turned vampire hunter.
“An Angel in the Basement” by Pedro Iniguez
Someone with no sympathy for the Devil gets the tables turned on him.
“Eventually Your Demons Take Over” by Mack Moyer
A demon who cares not for collateral damages barely keeps his murderous rage contained through the use of copious amounts of drugs.
“Circe-the Witch’s Curse” by Helen Mihajovic
If Circe’s love spell doesn’t work, she’ll craft curses.
“Little Black Book Turns Red” by Robert Essig
Elderly womanizer Remmy can’t seem to close the book on his former lovers.
“Steadfast Shadowsong” by Matthew R Davis
A reborn songbird gives a life changing and soul crushing performance.
“Shakespeare Said a Thing” by Andy Rausch
Dishing up revenge is at the top of this scorned lover’s bucket list.
“A Waiter’s Revenge” by Justin Boote
Revenge is a dish best severed by a disgruntled waiter.
“Make” by JC Raye
A young girl finds power in the magical creatures she creates.
“Last Word” by Daniel L Naden
Not dead, not quite alive, a man comes up with a plan to regain what has been lost.
“The Maiden of Underback” by Lex H Jones
The lake has many legends, but the aquatic monster who feeds on betrayal is no myth.
“Cooter” by Ken Goldman
One doggone creepy tale of a scary little boy.
Title: Dig Two Graves: an Anthology Volume 1 | Publisher: Death’s Head Press | Pub. Date: 2019-Jun-15 | Genre: Horror | Language: English | Pages: 346 | Rating: 4 out of 5 | Source: Purchased
Of this collection of twenty-two tales of revenge, my favorites are as follows: “The Shakes” by Kenzie Jennings, “A Little Respect” by Thomas Gunther, “Head” by Duncan Ralston, “Lifting the Weight” by Ali Abbas, “Little Black Book Turns Red” by Robert Essig, and “Steadfast Shadowsong” by Matthew R Davis.
The grotesque horror elements in “The Shakes” and ““Little Black Book Turns Red” had me shuddering. The protagonists are quite different; the former is a woman scorned and the latter an aging playboy, yet the description of the vengeance wrought in each story was vivid enough to elicit a visceral response. The dark humor in “Head” kept me chuckling. The protagonist in “A Little Respect” is a repugnant man-child who deserves every ounce of comeuppance he receives. The world building in “Lifting the Weight” drew me in, especially the idea of the protagonist carrying the weight of his sins that varies based on his actions. Of course, the author puts him in a great situation with plenty of opportunities to add to or lesson his burden. “Steadfast Shadowsong” involves collateral damage. The shrapnel from the retribution maims all in its path, affecting the world of every single character.
I look forward to digging into the second volume of this anthology series.