Dog Moves in a Mysterious Way

Dark comedy short stories with gripping bite

by Rob Badcock

“Dog Moves In A Mysterious Way” by Rob Badcock presents a quirky and captivating anthology of darkly comedic short stories, each one leading the reader into a fascinatingly twisted reality. The stories are as diverse as they are intriguing, featuring scenarios that range from a man standing in a room filled with bodies caught in their final moments, to a first-time scout encountering a monstrous dog. These narratives stretch the boundaries of the ordinary, immersing readers in settings where the unexpected becomes the norm.

Badcock’s storytelling prowess shines through in each tale, creating a tapestry of bizarre and unnerving experiences that linger in the mind long after the pages are turned. The book not only provides a rollercoaster of emotions but also challenges the conventional perspectives on everyday life. With its unique blend of horror and humor, “Dog Moves In A Mysterious Way” is a compelling read for those who revel in the unconventional and the darkly humorous. It’s a collection that promises to leave readers with a new, possibly unsettling, but certainly unforgettable view of the canine companions in our lives.

Published by Fenrir Fonts on 2023-10-19

Rob Badcock

Rob Badcock author

Born in Cambridge, Rob graduated in Scandinavian Studies from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Following a career taking him from Swedish translator to college principal, he now lives and writes by the North Norfolk coast, where skeins of noisy geese fill saltmarsh skies.
His bookshelf houses Haruki Murakami, Henning Mankell, Kurt Vonnegut and George Saunders. His film collection features Jordan Peele, Stanley Kubrick and Mel Brooks. His record rack is home to Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell, Joan Armatrading and Miles Davis. He also digs potatoes…