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  • The Phrenologist

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    Professor Phineas Crowne was born in Toronto Canadawith a peculiar purple protrusion on his forehead. This curious anomaly sometimes impedes and sometimes accelerates Phineas' emotional and physical development and his navigation through the stages ...


  • Mummy's Little Angel

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    Joanne didn’t believe that her life could become worse than it already was. She had lost everybody and everything she had loved. Surely she had suffered enough? The press had called Joanne’s identical twins psychopaths. Her Maggie. Her Annie. But ...


  • Finding Her Gone

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    When Kit Gillespie learns that his longtime, world-wandering girlfriend, Julia, has died he can’t avoid asking himself: Was it his fault? Why couldn’t she settle down? How did they ever think they could have a life together? To find answers he looks ...


  • The Armory

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    Justin Patterson is receiving blow after blow in the fight of his life against a powerful and pugnacious system at the top of federal politics. His tenacious resolve to weaken the hegemonic political entity comes from a serious and bloody incident, ...


  • Weakness of Men

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    A young man’s chance encounter in high school turns into a grown man’s appetite for things unknown. On a dark shady night this man wanders through smoky corridors, where the past is the past and sin is still sin, as the young man finds himself ...


  • Side Effects

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    Sophie was lost, but she didn’t know… From those first words that her narrator speaks Myrna Brown has written another achingly rich tale of a woman searching for true meaning in her life. In Side Effects we experience her guilty childhood history, ...


  • City of Cards

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    Three M.I.T. students are brought together to work on an economics project; under such innocuous conditions, they never could have predicted how, over the next decade and half, their lives would be intertwined as they are drawn into an international ...


  • In the Shadows of a Gas Plant

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    28-year-old Richard Starr’s dream has become a reality. He has been hired as Plant Superintendent of one of Brook’s Gas Company’s cylinder filling facilities. He recognises he has much to learn in this new industry, but he is determined to give it ...


  • The Ghost Slasher

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    Terry Pickard was born off the record as his cruel father, an illiterate dairyman, compared his birth to the freshening of a heifer. The cruelty he experience, at the hand of his father, possibly combined with an innate propensity for insanity, ...