short story

Scarberry Stories

Title: Messages From Henry
Author: Rebecca Scarberry
E-Book; 30 pages
Published June 17th 2012

Henry is special.
When Evelyn Bury becomes the unlikely victim in a random kidnapping, Henry flies to the rescue.
In the process, Henry enlists Tammy, Evelyn’s next-door neighbor and the lackadaisical authorities to assist in Evelyn’s escape.
Henry hurdles many obstacles to the point of endangering his own life in order to save his dear master.  You will find yourself routing Henry on, cheering his progress and praying for Evelyn’s safe return.
But, please…remember one small, feathery detail… Henry…is a homing pigeon.

This is definitely a must-read. A homing pigeon like Henry is one-of-a-kind. His love, loyalty and devotion to Evelyn is priceless. I’d love to have a pet like him! Furthermore, the story villain mystified me until the end. Thumbs up to Ms. Scarberry for being a great storyteller. She made me applaud for Henry, too!

In addition to this, Miss Scarberry also caught my attention when I was able to read her first short story, Rag Doll.  To quote her own words:

This is not a sweet little short story about a child’s rag doll. Far from it! This is a spicy crime drama written for adults, and you’ll never see the end coming.

I definitely didn’t expect the ending! Jeremy is a good father and he is someone who knows his priorities. Even though this is just a short story, I immediately liked the way things had unfold. The murderer was then discovered in the end, someone I didn’t expect!

After reading, I thought Rebecca should expand the story, i’d love to read more about Todd and what lies ahead for him.

Overall, let me just say that Rebecca Scarberry is a talented writer and I’d really love to see her write more.. Great Job Miss Scarberry 🙂

4 thoughts on “Scarberry Stories

  1. I'm so happy you enjoyed my books. Thank you so much for giving Messages from Henry 4 stars. When I saw the well written review this morning, I was thrilled!! Not sure I told you, but I'm writing a sequel. I'm having so much fun with it. Henry goes to England!! Most of the story takes place there. As a result, I am collaborating with author, Francis Potts (@FPotts on Twitter). I need his expertise and British slang. Again, thank you. Keep reading and writing reviews. Us authors love you for it. x. Rebecca Scarberry (Scarberryfields on Twitter).

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