“Detecting Fear” is a collection of short stories of mystery, suspense and intrigue that were previously published in periodicals. The stories are diverse and compelling. These tales restructure what makes readers truly frightened. Mistakes have been made, but surely there is no need to get upset over a silly blunder. Or is there? Characters not only know where people live, they have been there. What makes each house important? A sign? A secret? Is there anything that might help? Readers will find plenty to discover. The stories are intense and gripping and yet concise enough to be finished while waiting for an appointment, or picking up children after school.
I received a review copy of “Detecting Fear” from editor Shannon Hollinger and Books Go Social. It is an exciting collection that will amaze even the most seasoned mystery reader.