M.R. Gott

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M.R. Gott

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M.R. Gott is the author of Where the Dead fear to Tread and
the forthcoming sequel Where the Damned Fear Redemption. You can visit
M.R. at his website Cutis Anserina at
http://wherethedeadfeartotread.blogsp.... M.R. lives contentedly in central
New Hampshire with his wife, and their two cats and dog. Aside from writing
M.R. enjoys dark coffee, dark beer, red wine, and fading light.

If you reading this it means that you can't quite look away and I have a final message to all of you who may be here.



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Where The Dead Fear to Tread

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Daddy's Got You

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Together and Alone

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Rising Dead

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We Have Now; A Warren Casey...

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“The dead are the past and we cannot escape the past. Without the past there will be no future.”
M.R. Gott, Where The Dead Fear to Tread

“William sees it all happen again. The pain is not in the event. The subjection to it and his powerless state each time is where his anguish lies. He is unable to influence the situation, despite his desire. He sees the nest outside his house. He sees the baby bird that fell. The mother bird cries frantically for her lost chick. William knows as he approaches the chick that if he touches it his scent will linger, and the mother will reject it. Circling around the fallen creature William hopes it will flee from him, back toward the tree from which it had fallen. His presence only intensifies the creature’s fear. It speeds to his left, heading for the street. Again William tries to flank the bird, but it is too frightened to return to the nest. The chick’s mother wails vainly. William walks into the street trying to herd the bird to safety. The stop light a block away has just turned green. The driver accelerates. William moves from the car’s path and it runs over the bird. The momentum from its wake lifts the bird to the underside of the car, breaking its neck, but not killing it. William watches the bird roll helplessly. It is silent for a second, before it begins to whimper. Its contorted head dangles limply from its body. The noise is tragic. The bird’s mother hears the chick’s pain, but nothing can be done. She laments. A second speeder crushes the chick, leaving only a wet feathered spot in the street. As the cars continue to pass, only one bird is heard. A mother’s grief falls deafly on an unconcerned world.”
M.R. Gott, Where The Dead Fear to Tread

“The only sound is the audible record of her thrusts as she becomes wetter. Her beautiful voice echoing in his head, they share the sounds of their amorous flesh moving in unbridled rhythm.”
M.R. Gott, Where The Dead Fear to Tread




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