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These short stories--powerful tales of the horrors of war--were written by Harry Shannon, award-winning author of Dead and Gone and The Mick Callahan Novels. Blood and Burning Straw first appeared in the magazine Cemetery Dance. Thus Was His Death was published by Horror World. And the Worm Shall Feed is from the 2006 collection A Dark and Deadly Valley.

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Published June 26th 2011 by Harry Shannon (first published June 18th 2011)
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Harry Shannon has been an actor, a singer, an Emmy-nominated songwriter, a recording artist in Europe, a music publisher, a film studio executive and worked as a free-lance Music Supervisor on films such as “Basic Instinct” and “Universal Soldier.” He is author of the horror novels “Night of the Beast” and “Night of the Werewolf” in addition to “Daemon” (formerly
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