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Penny Dreadnought: Uncommitted Crimes

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From the criminal minds of the Abominable Gentlemen come four tales of murder, malfeasance and malarky:

"Occupational Hazard" by Iain Rowan
"The Aerialist" by Alan Ryker
"Packob's Reward" by James Everington
"Poe's Blender" by Aaron Polson

Penny Dreadnought: Uncommitted Crimes is approximately 14,000 words of both new and previously published stories.
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I received this issue free from Mr. Everington. Thank you!

That being said, every issue of this magazine is good. I can't remember another series ever being this consistent. Each issue has a theme, and this time it's uncommitted crimes. I find it difficult to review short stories, but I'll try:

Occupational Hazard by Iain Rowan-Don't want to go to work any more? Want an excuse for a few months off? The protagonist can help you make it happen!
The Aerialist by Alan Ryker-This story leaves you hangi
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I'm a writer from Nottingham, England- most of what I write is dark, supernatural fiction, although not necessarily 'horror' in the blood and guts sense. My main influences are writers like Ramsey Campbell, Shirley Jackson, and Robert Aickman. I enjoy the unexplained, the psychological, and the ambiguous in my fiction.

I drink Guinness, if anyone's offering.

Infinity Plus published my second collec
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