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Max Wirestone Sort of a steampunk riff on "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World," but with lots more bureaucracy. And a crocodile.

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Sort of a steampunk riff on "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World," but with lots more bureaucracy. And a crocodile.

It's very different sort of book as Dahlia Moss, but it has similar sense of humor. The two books would get along well at dinner parties.(less)
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I just got the opportunity to listen to a recording of the mystery I had written, and I gotta tell you, there's nothing more surreal than having a stranger read your writing aloud. It's exciting, and fun, and basically very weird.

A link to the soundcloud is here:
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Although I'm guessing it won't be weird for you, since you didn't write it.

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