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Reviewed by Lori A. Moore for Readers' Favorite
Roger Rapel has written a story that I could just not put down in his book Seat 3F. Martyn, from the United Kingdom, goes on a business trip to Spain. During his flight, he becomes enamored with his attractive seat-mate. His seat on the plane is 3F and he feels lucky that he got to sit next to Maria. Later, she shows up at his hotel unexpectedly and he has the night of his life. But suddenly, things start happening and men are being run over by the driver of a white car. Martyn fears he is being stalked by Maria. The scent of her perfume seems to be everywhere he goes. After a couple of close encounters, Martyn is afraid that he'll be Maria's next victim. But maybe it's all a dream? You'll have to read the book to find out for yourself.
The story was so good that I found myself turning the pages, wanting to skip ahead to find out whether or not Maria was real or just a figment of Martyn's imagination. Seat 3F by Roger Rapel provides an exciting mystery in a short story. The scene descriptions were very vivid as Rapel expertly writes a story like a spider expertly spins a web. Those of you who fly frequently should be afraid, be very afraid, and definitely make sure that whatever you do, you aren't seated in Seat 3F on a flight.