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Therese A Kraemer

Publisher: Spangaloo Publishing

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8 Short Stories 
Forgotten love, terror, death and nightmares all play a part in this intriguing collection of stories. 
Most will break your heart. 
Isobel Cummings lives through a mother's worst fears; the abduction of her daughter. 
Betsy's Doll House 
A spaceship lands on an unknown planet and to this day no one knows or can understand what happened to the men who had previously landed their craft there. 
Grandmother Would Not Give Up 
Tilly Brown may be elderly, but she had the spunk of a teenager when she is accused of stealing. 
Secrets In My Mothers Diary 
Keith O'Leary spent most of his life believing that his mother abandoned him because she didn't love him. 
Was it a dream or reality, he may never know. 
Terror Calling 
Paula Winters is terrorized by a stalker, living through a hell no woman should experience. 
Things My Brother Taught Me 
Dale Ainsley selfishly wants her brother to remain dependent on her. It takes a stranger and her brother to show her that life doesn't just revolve around her.   
Twilight's Cry 
Are Bertha Griffin's terrifying nightmares a prediction or just her imagination.

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