We are proud to publish  – Twists in the Tales: We’re not dead yet writers: Tony and Heather Flood.

So why have reviewers been so complimentary about ‘Twists in the Tales’? It contains a collection of 16 superb short stories, featuring a mixture of humour, thrills and sexual intrigue.

Subjects range from crime, trickery, entrapment, greed and desire to fear, murder, fantasy, death and the after life. Tony Flood’s sizzling stories ‘No-brainer’ and ‘Lying In Wait’ tell how two drop dead gorgeous ladies cope with men who treat them as sex objects.

Helen Merton is a staggeringly attractive 30-year-old blonde with shapely legs, hour glass figure, fine bones and appealing doe eyes. But how does she cope when she comes up against a man hell bent on sexually assaulting her in ‘Lying In Wait’?

Susie Temple is equally stunning in the award-winning ‘No-brainer’. That’s why brash, bumptious businessman Roger Manning invites her out. It certainly isn’t for her brains. His whole demeanour makes it clear to her that he is smitten with her dazzling looks, but certainly not her intellect or conversation. Showing him tantalising glimpses of her thighs isn’t enough to stop his rudeness, especially when Susie makes a mistake in placing a big money bet for him. So how does she make him pay? There’s further twists you won’t see coming in ‘Thomas’s Big Mistake’, ‘The Murderer’, ‘The Artist and his Master’, ‘Maurice and the Magic Book’, ‘The Christmas Tree’ and ‘Naughty but Nice’. Murder is committed – but not in the manner you would expect – in Elizabeth Gibbs’ gripping tale ‘Thomas’s Big Mistake’ and Francis Wait’s compelling story ‘The Murderer’. Brian Jones’s ‘The Artist and his Master’ and Christine Dudley’s ‘Maurice and the Magic Book’ also make riveting reading as they reveal how the tables can be swiftly turned with devastating effect.

If it’s fear you want then Ernie Richardson’s two stories ‘The Severed Head’ and ‘Nightmare’ provide it in good measure.

Readers who crave more intrigue and excitement should enjoy ‘The CafĂ©’, ‘The Hand of Fate’ and fantasy tale ‘Ismeralda’s Mercy Mission’. There’s a large slice of humour – and irony – in ‘Heaven or Hell?’, ‘The Village Feud’ and ‘Squaddies’ Hijinks In Hong Kong’ – and humour is also sprinkled in many of the other stories. Heather Flood’s award-winning ‘Heaven or Hell?’ visits an after-death ‘departure station’ where the answers you give to some trick questions will decide if you go to heaven or are shunted down to hell.

Valerie Tinney’s ‘The Hand of Fate’ takes us into the world of crime, while Barbara Fisher’s ‘Ismeralda’s Mercy Mission’ is a fantasy adventure that should appeal to readers of all ages.

The authors, TONY and HEATHER FLOOD, whose previous books have received glowing reviews, CHRISTINE DUDLEY, BARBARA FISHER, ELIZABETH GIBBS, BRIAN JONES, VALERIE TINNEY, FRANCIS WAIT and 92-year-old ERNIE RICHARDSON, are all over the age of 60 – thus their group title ‘We’re Not Dead Yet Writers’. The ‘We’re Not Dead Yet Writers’, still young at heart and proving to be bright new writing talents, have come up with a great mix of stories that should have readers begging for more!

A collection of 16 superb short stories, featuring a mixture of humour, thrills and sexual intrigue..

Subjects range from crime, trickery, entrapment, greed and desire to fear, murder, fantasy, death and the after life. Tony Flood’s sizzling stories ‘No-brainer’ and ‘Lying In Wait’ tell how two drop dead gorgeous ladies cope with men who treat them as sex objects.

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