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Today’s #qlhr Free Quick Lunch Hour Read, The Memory Man

Today’s #qlhr Free Quick Lunch Hour Read, The Memory Man

The Memory Man: A Short Story by Helen Smith  39 Reviews 4.5 Rating; Short Read Mystery Review by Cat Jones: Top 500 Reviewer Helen Smith really shows off her writing chops on “The Memory Man”, packing a surprisingly complex plot into a short story. The bits and pieces of fragmented memories requires you to really pay attention as you try to figure out what comes next. Best of all was the vivid prose that painted pictures in my mind as…

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Today’s #qlhr Quick Lunch Hour Read, The Miracle Inspector

Today’s #qlhr Quick Lunch Hour Read, The Miracle Inspector

The Miracle Inspector: A Dystopian Novel by Helen Smith The Miracle Inspector is one of the few novels that everyone should read, it’s a powerful novel that’s masterfully written and subtly complex. SciFi and Fantasy Books In its feminist angle, The Miracle Inspector is reminiscent of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. Smith has an extraordinarily rich imagination that never fails to surprise and delight. Huffpost Books Helen Smith crafts a story like she’s the British lovechild of Kurt Vonnegut and…

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