Mean-Spirited Tales, by Sandee Harris by Sandee Harris

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Stories for those unafraid to look…

Includes the tale of a sadist, a beheading, liver paté, alcoholism, and a slow rotting from the inside out -- with three homages to death metal, one featuring Helen, a pseudo French Canadian gremlin, and Delia, her loyal half-sister from a non demonic paternal figure…

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Published February 16, 2012 131 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Although not blatantly comical, Harris’s stories are sometimes tinged with a macabre sense of humor, the sort of humor that appreciates vengeful ghosts striking down visitors through the use of a UPS truck, as in “Death Metal \m/.” While that story takes an unusual dip toward the supernatural, it...

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