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Disappearing Penny

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A mysterious magician comes to the sleepy New England town of Latham. He's looking for a new assistant for his stage act and he's set his sights on Penny, a beautiful young redhead who works at the local paper. Is the Astonishing Asmirac all he seems? What secrets lie in his travelling magic show? Why is Penny so drawn to the gleam of his lovely pocket watch?


Published December 10th 2012 by Writing Dirty Books (first published April 20th 2012)
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