Ebook review: Death of a Doughnut buy T Rafiq

The first independent review of my short story – thanks Paul

Little Ebook Reviews

From the dust cover: “Charlie Darren is a regular guy just trying to get by in a cold, indifferent cosmos. He’s a smart and amiable chap, but he has a lot of problems. He was on death row from the age of three until his early teens for a crime he sort of didn’t really commit, his step father is trying to kill him with mutant scorpions just to get out of paying him his allowance, and his bank manager has bounty hunters scouring the stars for him because he missed a couple of repayments on his student loan.

In an effort to clear his debts and prevent his vital organs being harvested and sold to the highest bidder, Charlie takes a job as a credit register attendant aboard a franchised fast food space station. One day the eatery receives a most illustrious visitor: General Urgos the Pitiless, supreme commander…

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