As I have often said before, anything Christopher Fischer reads or reviews, is worth checking out and Mike Ronny’s book certainly has an intriguing title
Mike Ronny writes ebooks that are like bedtime stories for grown-ups: entertaining and funny, at times suspenseful or poignant. (That’s what he hopes his stories are like, anyway.)
I came across his short stories through a review request and have been a dedicated fan ever since.
All his life, Rodney “Red” Daley loved building bombs. Now, however, this retired weapons expert is in an assisted living home. Forced to play Bingo and checkers all day, Red attempts a daring escape. It’s no use. But then Red gets his hands on some wires, and a battery, and a timing device….
“I hate cell phones” is a bitter sweet short story told from the perspective of an ageing man, Red, who is reluctant to accept the reality and consequences of his progressing dementia. Although he is stubborn, odd and difficult we get to like him regardless for his honesty and…
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