Today I’m delighted to share my thoughts on The Last Super, a wonderful Case Files short story from Rachel Amphlett. Here’s what it’s all about:
About the Book
Larry’s been the supervisor of the apartment block for as long as the tenants can remember.
And he knows all their secrets…
The Last Super forms part of the Case Files series of short crime stories from USA Today bestselling author Rachel Amphlett.
I do love these little case files from Rachel Amphlett. Short, sharp and packed with heart you get all the entertainment I have come to expect from the author but in a tiny bitesize chunk, perfect for lunchtime reading.
With The Last Super we meet the residents of an apartment building as they meet for one last barbecue before heading of to their respective new futures. Another victim to development and gentrification, the apartment is due to be torn down and for the building Supervisor, Larry, the place is packed with memories of all shapes and sizes.
For a short book (just 19 pages) it packs in the laughter, the smiles, the characters and the surprises. Emotional in an unexpected way, it’s a great read that left me with a smile on my face. If you want a taster of what the author is all about, these short stories are great and definitely recommended.
About the Author
Before turning to writing, USA Today bestselling crime author Rachel Amphlett played guitar in bands, worked as a TV and film extra, dabbled in radio, and worked in publishing as an editorial assistant.
She now wields a pen instead of a plectrum and writes crime fiction with over 30 novels and short stories featuring spies, detectives, vigilantes, and assassins.
Rachel’s stories are available in eBook, print and audiobook formats from libraries and retailers as well as her own shop.
A keen traveller, Rachel has both Australian and British citizenship.
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