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Someone seems to have tampered with the text.
Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2018
In general I am satisfied with the selections, which vary in quality from excellent to unbearably dull. You will find it easy to skip what you find unbearable, and you can hardly complain after paying less than $2 for the Kindle edition. I am writing a review only to point out an oddity and to ask if anyone else has noticed it.
In the story "The Thing in the Forest" by Bernard Capes, a peasant woman had pity on a werewolf and threw it a bit of meat one night. Later, convinced she had sinned, she entered a church to confess and noticed a statue of the Blessed Virgin. The story continues with this odd paragraph (location 50728 of 273857):
"'Mother, forgive, and save me,' she whispered, as she passed the statue. Now for a break from the story. Where do you think that this came from? Another site, that's where. Sorry if you find this annoying, but you might want to find a site that does the work instead of stealing someone else's work."
I can only guess how this got into the collection and past the eyes of the editors, if there were editors.