Hunting Harry

Screen Shot 2019-02-25 at 19.28.13Genre: Suspense/crime//short story

Description

A city financier dies leaving millions locked away in secret accounts. His son looks forward to a fortune but there’s a catch, the will. It falls to a jobbing actor to play the role of his life to unlock the key to great wealth. Follow the twists and turns of the plot in this short story, a thirty minute read.

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Lurking behind this cover is a really good short story.  I was asked by a friend to read his book. I don’t normally accept books to review, but the fact it was a short story, and I liked the author, swayed me to download it.

Harry has a missing stepbrother, and in order to satisfy the conditions of his father’s will, George Baumann must find him. The story was well written and succinct, and I liked it for that. It got straight to the point without any fluffing about. The author told the tail well and I really enjoyed it, especially as what eventually happened was something I had been expecting. I like a story that takes me somewhere I don’t expect.

When I first saw the cover, I thought it was an audio book, as the dimensions were different from the normal size. I also thought the man on the right was a young Martin Clunes. I know what its supposed to represent, but it doesn’t do justice to a really good story.

When you have an hour to kill, then it’s perfect and what is even more perfect is how you can download it for free if you’re a member of kindle unlimited.

Published by Kazzmoss

Karen loves fiction, reading and especially writing short stories and novels. She is also an avid blogger and book reviewer. Living on the beautiful Isle Anglesey, off the North Wales coast, Karen draws inspiration from the world around her.

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