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Babas Bites - a short story Chris Simms

Babas Bites - a short story

Chris Simms

Published May 8th 2012
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Kindle Edition
38 pages
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Chris Simms knows how to build tension in the space of a few short pages like no other. Read him at your heart rates peril!- Maxim Jakubowski, Editor, Best British Crime short story anthologies.‘Kaz,’ I said, hunched over the shallow polystyreneMoreChris Simms knows how to build tension in the space of a few short pages like no other. Read him at your heart rates peril!- Maxim Jakubowski, Editor, Best British Crime short story anthologies.‘Kaz,’ I said, hunched over the shallow polystyrene tray, prodding towards the riot of flavours with a plastic fork, ‘this is delicious. New cook or something?’The curries being served in Baba’s Bites are suddenly out-of-this-world. But then Rick finds a tightly-folded piece of paper hidden in one of his meals. It’s a message pleading for help. Should he try and rescue the woman imprisoned in the dingy take-away’s kitchen?Includes the opening pages of the novel Outside the White Lines, the book that launched Chris Simms’ writing career.Praise for Outside the White Lines‘One of the genre’s all time great debuts.’- Lee ChildAbout the AuthorChris Simms has worked in airports, nightclubs, post offices and telesales centres. After travelling around the world he settled near Manchester - where he now spends his days scribbling away in a glorified garden shed.Along with nominations for the Theakston’s Crime Novel of the Year award and Crime Writers’ Association Daggers (for his novels and short stories), Chris was selected by Waterstone’s as one of their ‘25 Authors For The Future’.Chris also edits the online magazine of the Crime Readers’ Association (www.thecra.co.uk).His website can be found at www.chrissimms.info