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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Imposters of Badington Bay by Robert E. Kearns is the story of a man who came to Badington on a mission and finds out everything is not as it seems in this sleepy little town. Badington is not a place where you look for entertainment that goes beyond a few hours. People come to this town and leave it quickly as well. But for Mr. Chelmsford, Badington is more than a little town with nothing to offer. He is a city gentleman and he has some purchase to make from a man he does not really trust. But the man has something Chelmsford would love to acquire. However, soon Chelmsford realizes that the game he is playing may be a little too difficult for him and he may never be able to recover after what happens in Badington.
The Imposters of Badington Bay by Robert E. Kearns is a short yet very entertaining story. My literature professor used to say that the perfect short story is like a slice of life; no matter how you look at it, it’s complete and concise. This story is a perfect example. The story flows at a pace that keeps the plot going; my interest was built the moment Mr. Chelmsford was introduced and I knew I needed to know what he was doing in a town like this. While no time period is mentioned, the style of the narrative and the dressing of the characters are a clear indicator of the historical era and I think the author handled it all really well. A quick read that I enjoyed a lot!