John McDonnell has amazed me again with his macabre short stories. He’s a true master of flash fiction. Tight writing combined with surprising revelations give the reader that shock of enjoyment that makes him keep wanting more.
Sarah is concerned over Lou’s strange behavior until he brings home the perfect present.
Poor Willy isn’t quite as challenged as Banana Joe thought.
Teenaged Ashley didn’t mean all of those things she said about her little brother.
Arthur Parsnip just won’t eat his vegetables.
John McDonnell discovered books and writing when just six years old. He’s published several short story collections, writes several blogs and has released a book called The Christmas Gift. John is now a full-time writer. He lives outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with his wife and four children.
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Review by Lynnette Phillips, Avid Book Reviews