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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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Thomas Bleakly: PI by Robert Gryfft

Thomas Bleakly, Private Investigator is batflip insane. Sometimes it works for him, sometimes . . . not so much. One day a beautiful woman hires him to find her father. The catch? She’s a robot. Told from three perspectives, none of them necessarily trustworthy. Watch out for for nonsensical subplots, insane characters, and conspiracies that span whole realities. . . .

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Book of the Blind by James Dickson

At the Eschaton City docks, Detective Sean Gibson begins his investigation into a bizarre cult-related murder. Meanwhile, Morgan Duane, professional cat burglar, is hired to steal a priceless artifact: the Book of the Blind. As events unfold, it becomes evident that these events are inextricably connected, that old gods are reclaiming their rightful places among mankind, and that it . . .

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DEAD DROP

Interrupting the Drop

By Linda Schoales, editor

Nov 5, 2009: “Dead Drop” is the story of Trey, a 20-year old drifter in LA, who finds something stashed in the park that he thinks is going to be his ticket to a better life. He’s come in on the middle of a “drop” and figures he can squeeze somebody for some cash. Unfortunately, he already has people after him and this little package just adds to his troubles.

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FROM WINTER'S ASHES

A cut above the rest.

By JDT, author of Mantles

Apr 27, 2015: To date, this is the best serial that I’ve ever read. Of the 15 or so serials from this site that I’ve tried or completed, none of them have been written this well. I recently tried to struggle through Sanderson’s Mistborn series and found the writing uninspired compared to From Winter’s Ashes.

The characters are intelligent and human, which is a huge departure from the normal fantasy staple of having creatures that embody certain aspects of human emotion. I won’t say [more . . .]

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