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Two short stories of supernatural suspense. A ride in an elevator takes a strange turn after a mishap puts Donna Blakely where she shouldn’t be in “Chance Encounter”. A man contends with a magazine subscription card in bonus short “Subscribe Now and Save”. Total of 3,700 words or 13 pages.

Includes an excerpt of Halloween horror novella, The Legend of Jack Straw.

Publicado: Silver Heart Books el
ISBN: 9781386958529
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After exiting the restroom, Donna Blakely hurried across the polished lobby floor toward the elevators. She was running late for her appointment because of the stormy weather and because she hated going into the city alone. A country girl at heart, busy metros and skyscrapers with more than fifty floors like this one unnerved her.

She usually made the trip once or twice a year with friends to shop. This time she was by herself, where it had been necessary to catch a bus into the city and then a cab to Macray Tower to visit the lawyer’s office on the top floor. She preferred her cozy house and five acres in the quiet, quaint town far enough off the beaten path to make an excursion into the city an all-day ordeal.

Dark clouds and intermittent downpours made it even more unpleasant. Donna loved storms and wind and rain, but not while trying to navigate the city. She wished she were home sitting on the porch with a cup of coffee and a cat curled in her lap while distant lightning split the clouds and thunder rumbled across the sky.

Almost breaking into a run to catch one of the three elevators, Donna just made it. A man held it open for her with one arm against the jamb. After she slipped in, he released the doors and they slid noiselessly together.

Number?

Top floor, thank you, she said breathlessly. After her mad dash across the expansive lobby, she sounded like the winner of the Kentucky Derby seconds after crossing the finish line.