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  • Kindle Edition
  • 30 pages
  • Crushed Mexican Spiders
  • Tibor Fischer
  • English
  • 27 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Crushed Mexican Spiders

  1. says:

    Creepy and unsettling, yet still connected with the characters like a well done twilightzone episode.


  2. says:

    powerful and deeply unsettling This story is so short you are left wondering what you just read, with the need to re read it two three times The characterisation is eloquent and rich The ending leaves you with questions than answers and a hunger for .


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About the Author: Tibor Fischer

Tibor Fischer is a British novelist and short story writer In 1993 he was selected by the influential literary magazine Granta as one of the 20 best young British writers.Fischer s parents were Hungarian basketball players, who fled Hungary in 1956 The bloody 1956 revolution, and his father s background, informed Fischer s debut novel Under the Frog, a Rabelaisian yarn about a Hungarian basketba