Things Withered by Susie MoloneyThings Withered by Susie Moloney

Things Withered

bySusie Moloney

Paperback | July 14, 2017

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The first story collection from this awardwinning author. A middleaged realtor tries to get ahead any way she can. A bad girl pays for cheating with a married man. A wife with a dark past lives in fear of being exposed. The bad acts of a little old lady come home to roost. A young man with no direction finds power behind the wheel of a haunted truck. From behind the pretty drapes of the average suburban home, madness peers out. Nine stories of suburban darkness prove that life can turn on you, or you can turn on it.

About The Author

Susie Moloney is the bestselling author of BASTION FALLS, A DRY SPELL, THE DWELLING (the film version going into production this year) and THE THIRTEEN (winner of the 2011 Michael Van Rooy Award for Fiction). A DRY SPELL, THE DWELLING, and THE THIRTEEN have all sold in multiple countries. A DRY SPELL has been translated into twelve lan...
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Title:Things WitheredFormat:PaperbackDimensions:270 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.8 inPublished:July 14, 2017Publisher:ChiZine PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1771481617

ISBN - 13:9781771481618

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"Moloney is skilled at blending the expected with the original. The Dwelling shows a fine understanding of human nature." -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

"[A Dry Spell] is a rare piece of work . . . Reminiscent of early Stephen King . . . A story that is heartfelt and contains a touch of myth." -THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE