As in any collection, the stories in this one vary in quality - some of them would merit more than the 5 stars Amazon allows and some...well, none of them were badly written, but a couple of them were so riddled with typos and grammatical errors (some of which might well have been typos too) that reading them became a bit of a chore. And I wish I could tell you about the stories one by one, but one of the frustrating features of the Kindle, on which I read this, is that once you've got to the ending, you can't go back to the beginning - in this case, I wanted to see the table of contents - except by scrolling back through the book page by painful page. I'm a senior citizen, I don't think I have that much time left.
That, however, is no fault of the author's, and if you like well written short fiction, a bit on the noir side, you will certainly find a lot of reading pleasure in this book. The characters are well rounded; even the ones who get little more than a line or two come vividly to life, which is a hard feat to pull off. Many of the stories have the kind of surprise twist that leaves you smiling and shaking your head when you've finished them. It is difficult to do a solid plot in a few paragraphs (and none of these stories is more than a few pages long - some little more than a couple of pages) but Ms. Seamans succeeds very nicely at it.
All in all, I can recommend this collection heartily. To paraphrase: damn the typos and full speed ahead.