In this episode Stefan Kiesbye reads “Dictionary” and “Litter,” two short companion pieces. These stories are characteristic of his work; they’re dark and uncomfortable and not for the faint of heart.
What reviews are saying:
“A sublimely creepy novel set in a village in Germany. It reads like the Brothers Grimm with historical resonance and a higher body count.” —Dan Kois, Slate Book Review
“Too subtle to be lurid yet too spooky for comfort . . .” —Publishers Weekly
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