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Manuscript Of Deviated Truths, Volume I

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Manuscript Of Deviated Truths, Volume I, is the first of three collections of short stories by Doug Rinaldi. Volume I contains four dark tales that challenge our vision of reality and make the improbable and impossible truths.

In "Maelstrom", a crews' hold on reality capsizes under the weight of death and despair they find on the open sea.

"Annual Seed" documents one man's
Kindle Edition, 52 pages
Published September 25th 2012 by Doug Rinaldi/Mayhem Street Media
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Angie Steiner
Nov 13, 2015 Angie Steiner rated it liked it
This was a pretty solid collection of short stories. It began and ended on its strongest pieces, I think.

If you enjoy your shorts a little on the Darkside, I recommend checking this out. I'm on to Volume II now!
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