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D.C. Farmer

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DC Farmer (as someone else--names changed to protect the innocent) began writing thrillers while the kids were in the bath. They grew up and so did he. Now he writes speculative fiction under the umbrella of the Hipposync Archives.

He lives in Wales and uses quite a lot of that umbrella.

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Following the recent release of Frivolous Pursuits as the second book in the Hipposync Archives series, a reader recently asked if they had to read the first book, The 400Lb Gorilla, in order to enjoy the second. The answer was an emphatic, no. A serial is a story told in many installments with a story line weaving through the books and leading to a single point of conclusion, as with The...

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The Necromancer's House is a modern mix of mythology and horror and an imaginative tour de force. Little is given to us of the protagonist's past, other than to tell us that he has arcane gifts and that such gifts are rare. As with all things superna ...more
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