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Lamb to the Slaughter (A Roald Dahl Short Story)

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ePub eBook : 13 Sep 2012

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Synopsis

Lamb to the Slaughter is a short, sharp, chilling story from Roald Dahl, the master of the shocking tale.


In Lamb to the Slaughter, Roald Dahl, one of the world's favourite authors, tells a twisted story about the darker side of human nature. Here, a wife serves up a dish that utterly baffles the police . . .

Lamb to the Slaughter is taken from the short story collection Someone Like You, which includes seventeen other devious and shocking stories, featuring the two men who make an unusual and chilling wager over the provenance of a bottle of wine; a curious machine that reveals the horrifying truth about plants; the man waiting to be bitten by the venomous snake asleep on his stomach; and others.

'The absolute master of the twist in the tale.' (Observer)


This story is also available as a Penguin digital audio download read by Juliet Stevenson.


Roald Dahl, the brilliant and worldwide acclaimed author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, and many more classics for children, also wrote scores of short stories for adults. These delightfully disturbing tales have often been filmed and were most recently the inspiration for the West End play, Roald Dahl's Twisted Tales by Jeremy Dyson. Roald Dahl's stories continue to make readers shiver today.

Product details

Format : ePub eBook
ISBN: 9781405911030
Size : 0 x 0mm
Published : 13 Sep 2012
Publisher : Penguin

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