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A Haunting at the Waverly Hotel
Before the events of Osgood as Gone, Prudence Osgood and Audrey Frost are ghosthunters for hire, working on the television series Chicago Haunts for the Spooknet Channel. On the last night of their season, a live streaming episode takes them to The Waverly Hotel, formerly one of the most haunted buildings in Chicago, now under new management and refurbishment. Will this ni ...more
Kindle Edition, 28 pages
Published January 31st 2019 by Hump & Circumstance Press
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As a queer non-monogamous writer, Cooper S. Beckett endeavors to create characters that reflect the diverse lifestyles of his friends, his partners, and himself. From that mandate, he writes scary, silly, and sexy books and essays. Beginning his writing career as a podcaster and speaker in the sexuality education community, he wrote My Life on the Swingset, a memoir of his first five years in non- ...more
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