My Cold Kentucky Home
If you enjoy a short story with just enough real history woven in to make you wonder if it could be true…
This book is one that you should have on your reading list. Lori A. Moore writes about an estate in Jeffersontown that was apparently where some pretty ugly things happened years ago. Since then, or as the story goes; everyone that buys the property ends up being killed on the property.
The book is only 64 pages and can be read in just a few minutes.
The sun shines not on my cold Kentucky home. It’s dismal and dreary and gray. Bad things happen here and there is blood spilled on the floor Run now while you can and stay away!
Okay I don’t like scary movies, books, stories at all! However, I did enjoy reading this short book. I know Kentucky is known for having several haunted places around the state. Most are closed, long forgotten mental facilities or hospitals that were not well supported and have a history of terrible things being done to the patients. There are some that you can actually tour or stay in overnight! NO THANK YOU!
Lori certainly weaves a tale in her description of the of the people and places in this book. I am glad that it is a short story type of book. Had it been a novel, the details may have been a little more graphic than I would have enjoyed reading.
My Cold Kentucky Home by Lori A. Moore is available on Amazon and on Tate Publishing. It might be available at your local library upon request.
Other books by Lori include books for children and traveling. One of my favorite books written by her is Oh Ship! Tales of a Cruising Chick and Other Travel Adventures. While I haven’t been cruising in years, I could easily be talked into it again if I could get Lori to go with me! The way she looks at life and makes fun of things..would make for an amazing vacation. In her latest book, “Oh Ship!: Tales of a Cruising Chick and Other Travel Adventures” she continues the laughs with stories about her adventures on and off the sea.
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