T.M. Camp

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As a child, T.M. Camp spent most of his time in a dreamworld. These days, he spends most of his time trying to get other people to join him there.

He is the author of the novels "Assam & Darjeeling", "Matters of Mortology", "The Cradle", and "The Red Boy".

T.M. lives in Michigan with his excellent, lovely wife and an indeterminate number of cats and children of variable age and intelligence.

In all of his work, T.M. explores boundaries — The boundaries between worlds… the boundaries between the physical and the supernatural… the boundaries between people… and the boundaries within ourselves.

Average rating: 4.25 · 110 ratings · 42 reviews · 4 distinct worksSimilar authors
Assam and Darjeeling

4.32 avg rating — 63 ratings — published 2010 — 6 editions
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Matters of Mortology

4.03 avg rating — 33 ratings — published 2009 — 4 editions
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The Cradle

4.54 avg rating — 13 ratings — published 2012 — 4 editions
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The Red Boy

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Offices

This past week I conducted two sacred offices, both equally difficult in their own right.


On Thursday, I was the foreman in a jury and delivered our verdict to the court.


After nine days of witnesses, evidence, argument, and deliberations, we found the defendant guilty on all five counts. It was a criminal case and the charges carried serious penalties.



It was not an easy role to fill, but it...

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Assam & Darjeeling (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
3 chapters   —   updated Mar 29, 2010 04:34PM
Description: Two children set off to rescue their dying mother lost in the underworld -- a nightmare place where mythology and reality collide.
Matters of Mortology (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
1 chapters   —   updated Mar 29, 2010 04:34PM
Description: When a village falls under the spell of a mysterious creature, the local undertaker is called upon to defeat the monster . . . even if it means sacrificing his family and his faith. <i>Matters of Mortology</i> is set in an alternate world where the folklore so familiar to us is utterly unknown, where a man of tradition and faith must battle with a monster who has trespassed across the border between life and death. It is in this place that our undertaker finds himself struggling to preserve both his family and his faith in the face of such horrible times . . . but the price he pays takes its toll in the end. View the author's <a href="http://www.tmcamp.com/?page_id=34">website</a> for more information, links to the audiobook version, or other free downloads. Now available on <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Matters-Mortology-T-M-Camp/dp/0982560303/">Amazon</a>.
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Thank you! And it was always going to be Patroclus. He was the one who fascinated me--the most beloved companion of Achilles, the so-called minor character whose actions are the turning point of the entire Iliad. He is called "gentle" in Homer, an... See Madeline’s answer.
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