Historical

The Wrong House by Christie Stratos

 A new Victorian historical suspense
short story by award-winning writer and historical fiction author, Christie
Stratos

 

Set for release December
23rd, 2020.  On Pre-order now for 99¢.

“DON’T
LET THE DOCTOR THINK YOU’RE ILL.”

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A heavy nighttime blizzard forces Gerald Bitteson into the first building he finds, but the man he meets may be even colder than the storm he came in from.

Gerald quickly finds out that Dr. C. L. Blood is no ordinary doctor, and the two have an ugly history even Blood himself doesn’t realize. But could this affable doctor really be the fraudster Gerald thinks?

It may cost him his life to find out.

 

PRAISE FOR THE WRONG HOUSE:

 

OMG I LOVED THIS STORY!! I loved finding out about
this real-life—but obscure—historical figure…what a terrifying ‘doctor’! You
really brought him to life, and I wouldn’t be surprised if your fictionalized
parts actually happened. So well-written and suspenseful.
  
Amber Sayge, reviewer 

 

“What a great story! I knew it was going to be
suspenseful but it really got me…”
  
Jessa Forest, author of The Slaughter
Chronicles

 

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ABOUT CHRISTIE:
Christie Stratos is an award-winning writer who holds a degree in English Literature. She is the author of the psychological suspense novels Anatomyof a Darkened Heart and Brotherhoodof Secrets, the first two books in the Dark Victoriana Collection.

Also a poet and short story writer, Christie has been published in anthologies, literary journals, and magazines. Christie has been featured on the radio, in magazines, and on podcasts, and she has given presentations for writing organizations and at writing conferences. She owns her own editing company, Proof Positive, where she works one-on-one with authors as well as with small presses as a freelance editor, and she has enjoyed working with a rising press as an acquisitions editor. More information can be found about her at: Home – Christie Stratos Author

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