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The Abolitionist

(Waterman #1.1)

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"The servants were scared stiff of him, and the masters were clearly uncertain what to say to a man who came from such an eccentric House. Nothing was different, nothing had changed. And yet everything had changed since Carr met a young foreigner who showed him not the least bit of respect."

When a foul-mouthed, seditious foreigner turns up at your door, what are the benefi
ebook, 200 pages
Published June 2013 by Love in Dark Settings Press
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Oh wow, I have a new favourite Dusk Peterson story. The main characters are awesome - there is so much to learn about them that I feel like going out and founding a book club to discuss them. Also, I was enjoying their, er, separate but adjoining rooms so much that I was completely ambushed by the toe-tingling wonderfulness when the unresolved sexual tension [cough] finally resolves itself.

But there's so much more. The hero's parents are hilariously daffy and heartbreakingly heroic and heartbrea
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Honored in the Rainbow Awards, Dusk Peterson writes historical speculative fiction with diverse characters: historical fantasy, alternate history, and retrofuture science fiction. Friendship, romantic friendship, and romance often occur in the stories. Visit for e-books and free fiction.

A resident of Maryland, Mx. Peterson lives with an apprentice and several thousand books.

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