The Demise of Bobby & Clyde

Title:  The Demise of Bobby & Clyde (Bennett Bay story)The_Demise_Bobby_Clyde

Author:  Stephen del Mar

Genre: M-M Suspense/ Occult with some Romance

Length:  26 pages

Blurb:

Clyde really loved Bobby. He wanted to give his man the world. He thought robbing a bank would be the way to do it. That was his first mistake. The Demise of Bobby and Clyde is a short ghost story set in the boondocks of Big Cypress County, Florida. A classic haunted house tale with a couple of gay bad boys. Warning: It doesn’t end well for the guys, but there is a lot of ever after.

This story is part of Stephen del Mar’s Stories from Bennett Bay collection.

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If I had to pick three words to describe this read, they would be:

  • Spooky
  • Clever
  • Intriguing

I downloaded this story from Amazon (you can find it here) and got right to reading. It didn’t take me long since it’s a short story, but Mr. del Mar keep me flipping the pages on my Kindle. I liked Bobby and Clyde as characters. I felt for the guys and the situation they found themselves in.

The Gothic mansion was downright creepy! It gave me shivers, and I feared for what was going to happen next.

I’m going to try and do this without spoiling anything, but the chandelier incident was funny and tragic. The ending was absolutely perfect!

A fun, entertaining read with a spooky haunted house and two guys who only seem to have bad luck.

4 out of 5 stars

About the Author:

Stephen del Mar is a fresh voice in Southern Gay Fiction. His Bennett Bay collection of books and stories explore life in that unique corner of the American South known as Florida. He also writes fantasy and science-fiction. Del Mar lives in the Tampa Bay region of Florida and enjoys Key Lime Pie and mango margaritas, but not at the same time. He also finds constantly barking Chihuahuas nearly as distracting to the writing process as Facebook and Twitter, but don’t tell his housemate.

You can find Stephen…

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