Twelve

October 30, 2016
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In Michael Anderson’s third collection of short stories he takes the reader into the unsettling and unexpected byways they have come to expect from his previous collections, Gardening By Moonlight and Nighthawks.

We meet Greg Sampson, whose stroll in the park begins a nightmarish journey he could never have imagined. Then there are Peter, Katy and Maddie, three unexceptional children struggling to come to terms with a very complicated and demanding mother. And Jeff Taylor, who stumbles onto something very unusual at the bottom of his Californian back yard.

So prepare to enter a world where there is only one rule – expect the unexpected. And the unexpected can be good, or bad, and sometimes very bad indeed.