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Soulburn by Larry Kollar

There’s a special place in Hell for those who abuse their authority, and Ronald Guyton abused his with gusto. But on his way to his final reward, he finds himself diverted. Damned souls return to the world of the living, looking to pull a few more of the living over the edge into Hell. It is now Guyton’s job . . .

A complete novel.
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Unsavory Types by B Knight

Dark Comedy Serial Webisode

Eddie, an ordinary guy, with an ordinary life in an ordinary world decides one day he is tired of the ordinary life. He makes a brash decision to try serial killing on for size. Eddie fails miserably and in the process hooks up with a group of new friends whose lives are less than ordinary are happy to take the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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The Admonishments of Kherishdar by M.C.A. Hogarth

Crime and Punishment in an Alien World

In Kherishdar, when a person commits a crime, they become their sin. . . .  Suicide. Rape. Child Abuse. Addiction. Twenty-five crimes. Twenty-five stories. Twenty-five narrators . . . and one minister over them all, to judge, convict and Correct the faulty: the priest who serves Shame. This companion volume to The Aphorisms of Kherishdar explores the wayward and their journey back to society, offering . . .

A collection of stories.
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THE ADMONISHMENTS OF KHERISHDAR

An engrossing read

By Lyn Thorne-Alder, author of Side Quest

Sep 7, 2012: I read this series of stories in one sitting, unwilling to step away from the screen until I had finished.

Although the world of Kherishdar sometimes makes me uncomfortable, I attribute that to the depth of worldbuilding and Hogarth’s ability to portray the alien so very clearly.

Unlike other reviewers, I didn’t feel that the story suffered from the multiple narrators; despite the different viewpoints, this is a story about Shame, and [more . . .]

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