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When the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur is kidnapped, Agent Richards races against time to find her in "Abducted".

In "Cunning", newlywed Charlotte von Lichtner, who is obsessed with Transylvanian folklore, encounters her husband's mysterious kinsman.

"Enamored" finds Lady Margaret besotted and in an unorthodox relationship with a younger man, whose intentions are suspect.

Will the murderer succeed as he flees the crime scene in "Reckless"?

Doctor/patient confidentiality is sorely tested when Sarah reveals the truth about her lover's death in "Safeguard".

©2015 Mary Ann Bernal (P)2015 Mary Ann Bernal

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  • Brenda
  • Orange County, CA, United States
  • 06-06-15

Scribbler Tales Volume Four is full of mystery

What did you love best about Scribbler Tales, Volume 4?

I love how unpredictable the stories were. They were all filled with mystery, suspense and big drama. Couldn’t put the book down if I tried. Enrapturing.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

The entire time, through all the stories I was on the edge of my seat. They are like watching short films in the movies. so fun and entertaining. A real treat. I have loved each volume. They all have something special to offer.

Which character – as performed by Roberto Scarlato – was your favorite?

I couldn't pick just one. There were so many characters that had big personalities. Lady Margaret stood out the most for me. She was a great character with flaws that I could see before my eyes. That story Enamored was one of the best.

If you could rename Scribbler Tales, Volume 4, what would you call it?

Tales from the Damaged.

Any additional comments?

This series should be made into a motion picture. I would want to see these stories played out in film. Like Twilight Zone. Something edgy like that.