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A changeling binds a young girl to a mirror and takes her place.

A salesman pursues closing a deal until it costs him everything.

An ancient Duchess graciously invites you on a tour of her orangerie.

In these pages, the Fae walk as human, the dead burn with their anger at the living, the creatures that live in the dark places of the wrong z
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ebook, 219 pages
Published October 21st 2019 by Crone Girls Press
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Eddie Generous
Nov 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
As with any anthology, there seems to be service stories, fillers, this one has enough of those, but also a good number a quality reads. Not huge depth in any of the stories, but the entertainment factor was there, mostly built on a foundation of suspense...my favorite ingredient. Best of the bunch, to me, was Gobbl'uns, but The Organery and L'appel du Vide were also very cool.
Diana
Oct 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
The only reason this isn't 5 stars is because I've had to sleep with the lights on since starting. The stories are wonderfully creepy and stick with you. Think you're going to nod peacefully off to sleep? NOPE. Something will creep in, and snuggle up with you, and it definitely isn't the dog. Each has a distinct voice and will send chills up and down your spine. Absolutely loving it!
Mary
Oct 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
From the Civil War to clowns and mirrors

This is a book of short stories, but creative and chilling short stories. All of the stories are horror, but they are all different settings and subgenres.
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Rachel A. Brune graduated from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts in May 2000, and was immediately plunged into the low-stakes world of entry-level executive assistant-ship. Her unexpected journey out of that world and into the military is chronicled in her self-published book Echoes and Premonitions.

Rachel served five years as a combat journalist, including two tours in Iraq, and a brie
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