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SHC: Spontaneous Human Combustion

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In this sci-fi horror novelette, a journal from a hundred years ago prompts the new investigation into a curious phenomenon.
Kindle Edition, 2, 31 pages
Published January 27th 2019 by KMACK
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Andrea Merchak
Nov 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Curiosity killed the cat.

Jo is obsessed with investigating a curious phenomenon mentioned in a journal a hundred years ago. One day, she calls her friend Tom and takes him to a special place to prove her theory. However, what they’ll find there is beyond anything they could predict.
SHC is a great short story. The author could easily turn this tale into a novel. It’s very well written, and I definitely will read more books by MK Alexander.
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