Half-InchHalf-Inch by McCarty Griffin
on April 27, 2011
Genres: Fiction, Mystery, Thriller
Published by McCarty Griffin Format: eBook
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On a lovely spring day in April, he finally pushes her just that tiny bit too far and she snaps. Deep within her, a cold, cruel voice she barely recognizes as her own pronounces those fateful words, “I’m going to kill you, Bobby Hilts.” Ride the crazy train along with Pammy as she gleefully plots her soon-to-be ex’s bizarre demise and devises the diabolical means that ensure his body will never be found. Soon, Pammy will be free of him forever. Or will she?

By McCarty Griffin

I read this short story in just a few hours one afternoon. The book was well written and very detailed. Some individuals can relate to Pammy’s dilemma with the abuse, and some can not. I can certainly see people watching true crime stories on the TV and trying to outsmart the perpetrator/law officials so as not to get caught themselves. I myself enjoy watching these types of crime scene/forensic shows, but I keep in the back of my mind that since it’s on TV it didn’t work out to well for them.

That being said, this short story was well written and articulate throughout. It captured my attention throughout the entire story and I wanted to know how it ended. By all accounts, throughout the book, you would interpret that Pammy got away with the dirty deed. Wait until you read the ending. Things aren’t always what they seem.

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Half-Inch — 4 Comments

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  2. I just finished this and thought it was well written and a clever story as well

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