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Mark Slauter The ability to tell a story. It's creation, editing, and completion. The process is uniquely human.
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Alternate Peace Anthology

I've read several of the anthologies produced by Zombies Needs Brains and enjoyed all, but this one didn't quite live up to the other ones. There are some good stories here, yet I wasn't quite as fulfilled as with the other anthologies.
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Classic Ghost Stories by Various
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Some really entertaining stories in this collection. You just have to remember when these were written - scary in today's world is different.
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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie
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Better than Murder on the Orient Express. I had just the slightest whiff of who the guilty party is, but it vanished like smoke in the wind. A few key items work well to misdirect the reader. There are several complicated factors woven into this stor ...more
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Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
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This was a good read, not great, but good. My expectations were a bit high due to everything I'd heard about Agatha Christie but I wasn't enamored with this book.
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Galactic Stew by David B. Coe
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Another success by Zombies Need Brains. If you like short stories you need to check them out for their many publications. This is well done and contains some interesting interpretations of living life around a meal.
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Apocalyptic by S.C. Butler
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Some very interesting short stories in this anthology. Zombies Need Brains adds to their growing collection of anthologies.
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My Battery Is Low and It Is Getting Dark by Crystal Sarakas
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Another great collection of short stories by Zombies Need Brains. The variety and distinctness of stories make for a pleasurable read.
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Native American Myths and Legends by Richard Erdoes
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It's always interesting to read about other cultures, their myths & legends. While I presume the stories have been anglicized in translation, I don't think anything is lost with regard to meanings. The stories are entertaining, reflecting a strong ti ...more
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The Sun in Splendour by Jean Plaidy
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Red Rose of Anjou by Jean Plaidy
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