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Black Hat Magick by Kyt Dotson

Not your ordinary detective agency

The exploits and adventures of college student, computer geek, and occult detective Elaine Hadaly Mercer. She begins her career as an undergrad at Arizona State University majoring in Computer Science and Engineering; but comes from a long blood line of dabblers in the arcane arts with a strong bent for the scientific—hitherto that strange alchemy of genius courses through her . . .

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tales of the hotel st crispian by Dan Leo and rhoda penmarq

The mysterious doings in the Hotel St Crispian. Crime, lust, gossip, fear, tedium and mystery. Lots of cocktails and cigarettes. With colored pictures. . . .

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Surf City Acid Drop by Craig Terlson

Neonoir fiction soaked in Mexican Beer

In between happy hours at the El Rayo Verde, Luke Fischer is hired to find people. But when he finds a dead junkie in his hotel room, he knows his lazy days of Mexican beer and Cholula soaked peanuts are about to end. . . .

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The Night Blogger: Slim To None by Al Bruno III

Stalking a world of secrets and nightmares...

The entity has many names; Slender Man, Him, The Operator, Der Ritter, Der Großmann, Bundle, Domine, The Tall Man, The Thin Man, Der Schlanker Mann, The Spindly Man, Fear Dubh, Schlankwald, Tree Man, Slendy, Slenderman, The Pale One, The White King, The Priest of Nothing. Some say it isn’t real, that the Spindly Man is just a rumor started . . .

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The Night Blogger: The Graveyard Game And Other Cemetery Plots by Al Bruno III

Stalking a world of secrets and nightmares...

The Graveyard Game was a ceremony born of the Internet. As far as I was concerned it was half shadowy rumors and half outright lies, but the chatter on my blog had been enough to make me want to see a game for myself, even if just to debunk it. My name is Brian Foster and some people call . . .

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TALES OF THE HOTEL ST CRISPIAN

Film Noir in Primary Colours

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Apr 9, 2013: This is something different, a sort of hybrid webfiction and webcomic. The meandering tales have a film noir quality, and are illustrated by cartoon figures made up of primary shapes and colours and the odd photo. (I’m not sure what program would be used to create this, but it’s not one of the most advanced graphic design software!)

I must admit neither the stories nor the illustrations are particularly to my tastes, but written and recommended respectively by such webfiction greats [more . . .]

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SURF CITY ACID DROP

Come For the Wonderfully Bizarre Title; Stay for Like A Hundred Descriptions of Beer-Drinking

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Sep 4, 2015: Surf City Acid Drop leans on the breezy coastal atmosphere and standard crime tropes pretty hard, but honestly? That’s half the fun.

This is a tale of coastal crime, pure and simple. Terlson keeps everything light because it’s supposed to be light. There’s a flurry of details which allow you to really see Mexico the way that Luke is seeing it. The emphasis isn’t on the action—though there are some fun fight scenes—nor is it on the characters, who are a [more . . .]

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