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Foul Womb of Night

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A soldier faces a different kind of battlefield horror.
A mercenary hunts creatures that shouldn't exist.
An agency investigates the death of one of their own.

Settle in for an evening of terror and suspense, from the trenches of World War I to the frozen Antarctic wastes to a creature that haunts the night streets of San Antonio. Welcome to Midnight Bites!
ebook, 120 pages
Published October 22nd 2020 by Crone Girls Press
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Steve Stred
Dec 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Don’t you love it when you discover a book that not only is fantastic but is made up of three brand new to you authors and features three novellas that electrify and absolutely have you engaged from start to finish?

‘Foul Womb of Night‘ features three novellas and the synopsis blew me away. Add in the title and the cover art and I was sold.

What I liked: The first novella in this release was ‘Goblin Hole‘ by Adam Stemple. This story takes place
Oct 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Three fantastic novellas

I couldn't put this book (well, my Kindle, but you know what I mean) down! All 3 stories have just the right touch of creepy that makes you want to read in the daylight, instead of staying up half the night like I did.
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Adam Stemple is an award-winning author, poet, and musician.

Like most authors, his life experience is broad and odd. He spent twenty years on the road with a variety of bands playing for crowds of between 2 and 20,000 people. He started, ran, and sold a poker training site with poker pro, Chris "Fox" Wallace. He worked in a warehouse. He picked corn. He traded options and demoed houses. He drove

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