Fish or Cut Bait A Guppy Anthology None

  • Title: Fish or Cut Bait: A Guppy Anthology
  • Author: Ramona DeFelice Long Michele Drier Georgia Ruth P.A. De Voe Judith Copek Kate Fellowes Polly Iyer Elizabeth Zelvin
  • ISBN: 9781479405374
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-09-04T11:12:23+00:00

    One thought on “Fish or Cut Bait: A Guppy Anthology”

    1. I'm amazed at the variety of these stories,all mysteries written with one object---fish or cut bait (a big decision will affect the action for either good or bad). One of the twenty-two short stories is mine, so of course I like this book. However, as I read each one, I thought, "This is my favorite." Well, let's just say, I have 22 favorite reads.

    2. It’s been a while since I’ve read a short story collection and as a mystery fan I thought I’d try this one. It did not disappoint. Written by members of an online Sisters-In-Crime group known as the Guppies, this is their third anthology. As you can imagine, all of the stories have some crime or, at the very least, unethical behavior at play.One of the anthology’s best qualities is the variety of time, settings, and writing styles. It’s interesting that few stories actually involve a m [...]

    3. As I read the stories in this anthology from the Sisters in Crime Guppies, I felt proud to have a story among the 22 tales of murder and mayhem. While united by a common thread of a character who must make a momentous decision, the stories range far and near—from ancient China to contemporary U.S. towns, from the edges of the paranormal to stark realism. Judith Copek’s “The Insurrection,” told from the POV of a robotic fish, could fit in a collection of science fiction. Toni Goodyear’s [...]

    4. FISH OR CUT BAIT ed. Ramona DeFelice LongThe Guppy anthologies just keep getting better and better. I enjoyed FISH OR CUT BAIT, savoring the excellent short stories between reading longer works. I started with familiar authors, and then discovered the new ones. All were excellent, with intriguing characters and mysteries.Jim Jackson's "Mind over Manners" resonated with special truth for this retired teacher. It took me back into the classroom and reminded me of favorite students . . . and also o [...]

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