I'm about three quarters through reading the single author anthology of short stories "The Bride Stripped Bare", by Rachel Kendall.
If ever there was a book that 'pulls no punches' in its stories, then this is it. No subject would appear taboo for Kendal, and what results is a fascinating journey through humanity's darker side.
But if these stories are difficult, they're told with such brutal honesty, and with such assurance by Kendall, that the reader simply can't 'walk away'. It's like this dark underbelly exists and so simply has to be witnessed. It's life stripped bare.
The Bride Stripped Bare is published by Doghorn Press
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