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Sakina Murdock lives with her dog, her partner and his two cats in bonny rural Cumbria and tries to stay out of trouble.

She chats with blackbirds, rescues toads from traffic, protects deer from hunters and writes exciting magical fiction.

Look out for more of her paranormal fantasy books coming soon.

Get more information at SakinaMurdock.com

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Autotherapy

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Muti-Nation by Monique Snyman is a one-sitting horror whodunnit, packed with the dark magic of Africa, and bursting with gore, fear, and creep.

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A.R. Thanks for the add, Sakina.


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