Free Fiction Monday: Kindred Souls

Free Fiction Monday: Kindred Souls

In Seavy Village, she calls herself Linda. She has gone by many names. She travels from nursing home to nursing home, fixing problems, helping others, in her own way.

Until she meets Eloise Mortimer. Rich, famous Eloise Mortimer. Dying Eloise Mortimer, who fancies herself a latter-day Miss Marple, but who might prove much more dangerous—and much more destructive.

“Kindred Souls,” by USA Today bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only. The story’s also available as an ebook on Amazon, KoboiBooks, Barnes & Noble, and from other online retailers.

 

Kindred Souls

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

 

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2 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: Kindred Souls”

  1. I’m pretty sure a world where a low wage orderly can decide when I’ve had enough life and would be better off dead is a world where all sorts of people would usurp that privilege without a second thought. “Linda” really is a monster. Very well written, though, as always.

    • Dave Raines says:

      That’s probably true, but she’s a thought-provoking monster. I remember my Dad walking through a nursing home back in the day, with the smells of urine, and the moans from the residents, and all, and saying, “If I ever get like this, just shoot me.”

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