Review of "The Suspect and other tales," a collection of short stories by K. Morris



Summary:
Tales of the unexpected, ranging from stories of crime and vengeance through to ghostly happenings in an ancient mansion.

Review:
A pleasant collection of flash fiction length pieces.  The stories are engaging and fun to read, though a bit simplistic with their twist endings.  Most veteran crime readers will be able to predict the ending of each story before it happens.  With some polish I could see Morris' style becoming quite thought-provoking.

Still, the flash fiction was written well.  Each story was a complete experience and didn't feel rushed, which I appreciated.  It's worth picking up a copy if you want an easy afternoon read.

3/5 stars
Reviewed by Alain Gomez

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