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Clean Slate A Novelette by Amanda June Hagarty
Since he woke up on a mortuary slab in Victorian London's East End, Leland has been on the run trying to stay ahead of the demon darkness, and trying to make sense of the jumble in his head. Who is he? Why is this happening to him? How are the gaslights in the street both a modern convenience and terribly antiquated to him at the same tome? Nothing seems right, nothing fits. Now he stands at the end of a pier in some Northwestern fishing village and there is nowhere left to run. The answers are catching up to him, but so is the darkness.
Viennese Novelettes by Arthur Schnitzler
Betrayed By Covenant Cove by R. L. Dubbert
A storm is coming! Are you ready?NOVELETTE #2 Includes Two Preview Chapters for DESTRUCTION BY COVENANT COVE!!!"FIVE STARS!!! She did it again! I absolutely cannot wait to see what happens in the book. If you aren't reading this author, you should be." Kayla F. ARC readerThe Forces of Darkness have consumed Doctor Carson Bartholomew convincing him he his God!The banished and those who escaped the consuming darkness surrounding Covenant Cove are growing in number.Sylvia and her three friends broke the rules. Now they are being turned out of the safety of their underground home to the outside world. A world the Cove taught, war and greed destroyed.After a year of living on the streets, Jessica and Gregory give them a second chance. A chance that may not last long as plans are in motion to wipe the global slate clean.This is the second novelette in this series, leading up to the brewing destruction that Covenant Cove is planning. Don't miss out on the storm that is brewing! Read now to prepare yourself for the battle that will inevitably come.
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Hardboiled In Hollywood by David E. Wilt
From the 1920s through the 1950s, the famous Black Mask pulp magazine was the place where crime and mystery writers such as Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, Erle Stanley Gardner, and John D. MacDonald published their work; it also provided Holly-wood with some of its most prolific genre screenwriters, men who brought the Black Mask style to the movies. This book covers the film careers of Horace McCoy, Eric Taylor, Dwight V. Babcock, Peter Ruric, and John K. Butler. With more than two hundred feature film credits, this group of Black Mask writers left their mark on Hollywood. From The Phantom of the Opera to Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome, from Big Jim McLain to Enemy Agents Meet Ellery Queen, the Black Mask contingent applied their expertise to the movies.