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Tempus Augue by John Henson Webb
A blade may be a political tool as much as a weapon, but it never pays to allow the wielder to forget who truly holds the power. -- Fantasy
THEY NEVER KNEW PT2of an American Fairy Tale by Richard Tornello
a continuation of the first story -- Alternative
Grasshopper Dreams by Robert Hunter
Noses were crinkled, then relaxed. In death as in life Pansy Graham was preceded by a clinging aura Eurydice Wyndham Pease, known as Dicey, identified as the yellow bar soap provided by the Daughters of Milo. That their charge might be dead had yet to appear on the cork board down at the Red and White, where funeral home postings reported who was dead and who wasn’t.
The Last Dive by Jessica Baumgartner
Julie and Collin are going scuba diving for the first time, but this is not just a recreational trip. Her parents vanished at the very spot they are heading to years before and in returning she finds the impossible. -- Fantasy
Curiosity Killed the Clodhopper by Edward Sullivan
When two good old boys get too bored and start wondering about things better left alone they get in too deep. -- Alternative