The stand out piece for me is 'My Granny Writes Erotica'. This is a wonderfully funny story of a granny needing to raise money and deciding her book can be published on kindle.
The first story 'A Stormy Afternoon in Falmouth Harbour' is edge of your seat stuff and makes you not want to put the book down.
The flash fiction pieces work well as they kind of follow on from each other and when you get to the next one you have to read it.
I'm not really a fan of Trolls, but this was readable in that you get the human version of the story in 'The Other Father' which is quite a powerful piece, then the Troll version which was interesting in a writing way to me rather than a troll story way.
Even if you've read one or two of the pieces of this anthology elsewhere, you get a lot of story for your money in this anthology.