The Swedish Woman by Leigh Turner

Enjoy the Swedish Woman: ‘Please, Tatiana, show mercy!’

Leigh Turner
Leigh Turner

Enjoy the Swedish Woman: the third of the “Hotel Stories” looks at prejudices and stereotypes about men and women.

‘Please, Tatiana, show mercy!’

The Swedish Woman by Leigh Turner

But Tatiana does not show mercy.  You can find out why in my 2016 Hotel Story, the third in the series.

If you have read any of the Hotel Stories, you will enjoy this one.  If you haven’t read any, The Swedish Woman is a great place to start.

How to enjoy the Swedish woman

How to enjoy The Swedish Woman:

  • You can read some of The Swedish Woman instantly via this free chunky excerpt (links in bold italics are to other posts on this site);
  • You can scoop up all seven Hotel Stories, including The Swedish Woman, in one package in my book Seven Hotel Stories;
  • If you can’t afford it or don’t like paying for stories, no problem: write a comment below and I’ll send you a free Word copy of the first short story in the series, “The Two Rooms”.  It would be great to hear from you.

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