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Closing Arguments
Sarah Avery
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Closing Arguments

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Closing Arguments is the first in a series of novellas by Sarah Avery featuring the Rugosa Coven. This first one features Bob Baines, a normal guy, if by normal you mean raised by civilized Theosophists who didn't really have time for him or his younger sister. When his parents die suddenly he's left with the job of cleaning up the mess they've left--including an obscenely ...more
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Published May 30th 2008 by Drollerie Press
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Sarah Avery's contemporary fantasy has appeared in Jim Baen's Universe, and her sword and sorcery stories have appeared in Black Gate, where she writes a regular column reviewing fantasy series. Her first book to appear in print is Tales from Rugosa Coven, a trio of linked novellas about a coven of very modern Wiccans in a New Jersey even weirder and more absurd than the one you think you know. An ...more
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