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Review - Bus Driver Man by Duncan Ralston

Bus Driver Man Duncan Ralston Thriller/Suspense Short Stories Print Length: 26 pages Publication Date: November 12, 2014 Publisher: Shadow Work Publishing School bus driver Mr. McAllister plays it by the book, but when one of his kids gets in trouble with a bully by standing up for the bus chaperon, he takes matters into his own hands, devising a plan to rid the students of the worst kid in school.


Mr. McAllister is a bus driver who has had it with a bully that rides his bus. Normally he does everything by the book but after he sees what happened to Dennie it was game on. I was curious to watch McAllister’s plans unfold. He had to be careful because the bully happens to be the mayor’s son. The ending wasn’t quite what I was expecting but this was still an interesting story of revenge.

Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Click the cover to grab your copy.


About the Author

Duncan Ralston was born in Toronto and spent his teens in small-town Ontario. As a "grownup," Duncan lives with his wife in Toronto, where he writes dark fiction about the things that frighten, sicken, and delight him. His work has been reviewed in Scream: The Horror Magazine, Cultured Vultures and Daily Dead. In addition to his twisted short stories found in GRISTLE & BONE and VIDEO NASTIES, he is the author of the novels SALVAGE, THE METHOD and GHOSTLAND, and the novellas WILDFIRE, WOOM and EBENEZER.

Duncan’s influences include (but are not limited to): Stephen King, Clive Barker, Richard Matheson, Harlan Ellison, Jack Ketchum, Roald Dahl, Irvine Welsh, Chuck Palahnuik and Bret Easton Ellis.

He runs the small press Shadow Work Publishing, which has published the writing of Jack Ketchum, Wrath James White, Jeff Strand, William Malmborg, The Sisters of Slaughter, Glenn Rolfe and many others. Stay up to date with the latest on Duncan's work. Amazon | Facebook | Website

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