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Tainted Steel: Tales of the Weird and Woeful

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Laid out upon these frail leaves is a banquet of delectable misfortunes and savory tragedies. Partake of these melancholy morsels of bile and brine, of wrath and regret. Sample vintages of fermented tears and distilled blood. Lick the sharp edges of cursed blades, and nibble frail hopes set on platters of tarnished silver. Strange sorrows warp the palette of perception and ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published August 23rd 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Audible:I loved a few and some not so much.Narration by Danny Mantooth was good.Sharkey the Carkey is a tearjerker.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
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Aaron Hollingsworth is the author of the ongoing science fantasy series Four Winds-One Storm, the weird fiction novella The Apothecary of Mantua: A Supernatural Sequel to Romeo and Juliet, and the French swashbuckling fantasy novella The Broken Bards of Paris.

He self-publishes his books under the press name Eighfold Wrath Books, and lives in Kansas City, MO with his wife and cover artist, Stephanie.

Fun Fact: Aaron is a
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