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Review: ‘Flashes of Vice: Vol III’ by Vincent de Paul

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Flashes of Vice (Volume III) is a collection of 44 creatively strewn short stories or flash fiction. What is remarkable about this collection is that it isn’t just a potpourri of stale stories duplicated in numbers just to make a voluminous collection. Far from it. This particular collection is one that will have any reader spellbound by its intrigues and no-hold-bare-it-all prosaic aloofness. The author Vincent de Paul is not a neophyte in the literary-dom, he’s a seasoned and well profiled Kenyan writer who knows his ink just like a chef to his onions. This collection is the third in his series of vivid flash fiction stories.

The collection premiers with the opener ‘quote-story’ titled 72 Virgins which is sort of a preview to subsequent stories of similar theme and scope.  Virgins in Short Supply is an epistolary story from Allah writing to Terrorists who go on suicide bombing…

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BOOK REVIEW: FLASHES OF VICE VOL III by VINCENT DE PAUL

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BOOK REVIEW: FLASHES OF VICE VOL III by VINCENT DE PAUL

BOOK: Flashes Of Vice Vol III

AUTHOR: Vincent De Paul

GENRE: Flash Fiction

ISBN: 978-9966-100-06-1

FIRST PUBLISHED ONLINE: 2017

PUBLISHER: Mystery Publishers (K) Ltd

LANGUAGE: English

Flash fiction! And this is even better as we have already had a taste of what the author has produced in his previous books. This very thought provoking and entertaining book is a collection of short stories which leave the reader wishing for more. Like previous volumes, every story penned by the author is interesting in its own way. Soon as you start on the first story, you get the urge to go on and on without having the urge to stop.  “The 72 virgins” is the first story in the book. This is not just a story, it’s more than that. Through this, we…

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