The Locket

The Locket Can you consider a necklace a gift if it makes you angry enough to kill A simple trinket left in a confessional begins a path of destruction throughout the years The golden locket left behind by a wo

  • Title: The Locket
  • Author: Ginger Simpson
  • ISBN: 9781615723584
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can you consider a necklace a gift if it makes you angry enough to kill A simple trinket left in a confessional begins a path of destruction throughout the years The golden locket, left behind by a woman who killed her boyfriend, is supposedly cursed at least that s what she claimed before she raced out of the church Anyone who dares fasten the pendant around her neckCan you consider a necklace a gift if it makes you angry enough to kill A simple trinket left in a confessional begins a path of destruction throughout the years The golden locket, left behind by a woman who killed her boyfriend, is supposedly cursed at least that s what she claimed before she raced out of the church Anyone who dares fasten the pendant around her neck suffers severe and uncontrollable anger Woe be it to anyone who gets in the path of the wearer Is the piece cursed, or are the deaths totally unrelated Detective Clarence O Day is unwilling to make the connection until forty years after the first case.

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    1. The locket by Ginger SimpsonThis short novella starts in the mid 1940’s and tells the story through the years about a cursed locket that forces the wearer to kill the people they love. Whether it somehow activates the hidden rage we all harbour within ourselves, or it is actually cursed, will be down to the reader to decide.A canny detective O’Day eventually recognises this necklace has been mentioned in a lot of murders through the years. He doesn’t know, when it eventually falls into his [...]

    2. Captivating short story about a locket that never gets lost and the women who wear it! Great little book! Couldn't help but to keep those pages turning!

    3. Short, but intense story. Has an early Stephen King feel to it. Good for people looking for a gateway to horror.

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