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Things behind the sun by Alan Orchard

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Welcome, my friends, to a carnival of characters who strut across the darkened stage of uncertainty.

  • A joy rider who gets more than he bargained for
  • An entomologist who finds that there are more to bugs than meets the eye
  • Avaricious Nazi memorabilia collectors who stumble upon a dark secret
  • A war veteran who just wants to be left alone
  • Scheming murderers and cheating lovers
  • A tribe of post-apocalyptic cannibals

Sometimes things are not what they seem, and the bedrock of rational sanity upon which we stand can quickly turn to quicksand beneath our feet.

So…you have been warned.

Are you ready?

Good.

Let the show begin.

Buy your copy today from Amazon.

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