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"Odd and Odder: A Collection of Sensuality, Suspense & Satire" brings together the creative, off-beat minds of published authors K. S. Brooks and Newton Love. From short stories befitting The Twilight Zone, to lustful verses of poetry, to thought-provoking flash prose: "Odd and Odder" is consistently fresh, sometimes outlandish, and truly entertaining.

“Odd and Odder” includes:

“You Are Water:” A prosaic exploration of a man's thoughts on a former lover who is still in his life.

“Innocent Bystander:” A flash fiction about surviving a televised tragedy.

“Dark Alley:” A short story about a semi-delusional detective―both charming and repulsive at the same time―who is hired to find a stolen car with a missing husband in it, but instead discovers that there are skeletons in the family closet in compromising positions.

“Paging Doctor Scully:” A romantic ode to a red-headed doctor from a janitor.

“The Masseur:” A spicy poem from a woman who lusts after her physical therapist.

“Sandemann Beach:” A short story homage to Rod Serling, and his Twilight Zone, where an unbeaten lawyer meets his match.

“Paltry Poultry:” A poem about a woman who is always running her mouth in negative ways.

“Mary on My Mind:” A poem of what could have been, as realized one languid afternoon, after the fact.

A total of 22 original works and two bonus excerpts from the authors’ novels are included, providing “something for everyone” as a reader wrote in a five-star online review.

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