In the Midwest, the saying goes, “Revenge is a hot-dish best served cold."
In Joel Arnold’s new short story collection A WRINKLE IN CRIME, revenge is also served at a lakeside resort, in an outhouse, at a state fair, on a camping trip in the Gallatin Mountains, along a lonely snow-swept highway, an ice-covered lake, and at an old abandoned quarry with a an intriguing past.
|Milo approves, too!|
"Joel Arnold is, hands down, one of my favorite short story writers. This collection is impressive, diverse, and always great fun!” - Ellen Hart, author of the Jane Lawless and Sophie Greenway series.
" It reminded me of Stephen King with the kinds of twists and turns he puts in his stories. I am sure I will be seeking out more from this author." Debra Jeakins
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Also available for the Nook, IReader (Apple) through Kobo, as well as other devices (via Smashwords).
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