Stara by Dani Brown
What if Elizabeth Bathory had been a midwife?
We find out in this twisted tale as Stara, a modern midwife in Great Britain relays her thoughts and experiences over the years surrounding her all-consuming obsession: bathing in the blood of stillborn babies. Stara wakes up as one of her patients goes into labor. She can feel it. She’s been sharing a special connection with her patients since he came into her life and started to teach her. She won’t make it to the hospital in time to steal the baby for her very special bloodbaths, which she keeps fresh in her refrigerator. He taught her how to prepare her medicinal bath, and which spells and charms to use to protect her precious supply. One night Stara gets too greedy with her robust red fountain of young and reverts into a twisted infancy. Will she be able to save herself, or will this greed lead to her execution?
Amazon: Paperback $9.99
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- File Size: 1301 KB
- Print Length: 137 pages
- Publisher: Azoth Khem Publishing
- Publication Date: August 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KSEAUCK
Dani Brown is the author of the widely know titles, “My Lovely Wife” and “Middle Age Rae of F***ing Sunshine." When she isn’t writing she enjoys knitting and thinking of the finer points of invading Finland with an army of chavs mounted on dingoes. She has an unhealthy obsession with Mayhem’s drummer and doesn’t trust anyone who claims Velvet Underground as their favorite band.