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very short suspense stories in english By Jamie Canaves

Suspense Stories, very short suspense stories in english, short suspense thriller stories, short suspense stories in english pdf

There were four friends A party to die for. One killer suspense As Joanne turns forty no one wants to celebrate her birthday party or play along with her idea of a fun party, But soon her friends reluctantly gather round her because there is more to her birthday weekend because she is planning to reveal a secret that one of her friends is hiding. A beautiful cottage in the middle of the countryside -until no one can hear your cries for any help. And when her party turns into a murder scene, one of the party guests must be the killer. Who was murdered? There was no means of communication other than a walkie talkie, With the dead body shifted to the shed, with every friend having the opportunity to murder, doubts and suspicions arise. Cary is quite a complex character. She has issues. It’s a psychological l thriller [2] The unknown -It was a cold night. David walked towards the house in Lenox street. He was a detective. He was here in New York on purpose. His dear friend Ray was found dead in this house. A house into which Ray moved a day before his death .’ Cardiac Arrest’ indicated the autopsy .’ No sign of any foul play. At a young age of 28 athletic, Ray was hardly a choice for heart disease. He opened the lever tumbler lock of the main door. Lighting a candle, he walked past the living room On his way out, and he stumbled upon an open box of books. His instincts reached a heightened awareness as he picked the first one of them, titled ‘House 696 -possessed or Myth ?’He ran to front door He fell against the dining table and doused his candle Through the fumble to light it again he sensed with terror, the presence of unknown and it’s coldness next to him .

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