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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Fourth Batch of Sunday's Free Books 12-23-2012

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Glampire by Chris Dolley

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Category:  Humor, Mystery, Science Fiction 

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First Contact, Seventies Style!

A fun short story where murder isn't the only mystery, and our detective's clothes are far from plain. 1940s Noir detectives meet 1970s Glam.

The story begins as a bizarre murder case in an unusual location, but nothing is as it seems. And the fate of an entire civilisation rests on a man with spiky red hair and six-inch platform shoes

Chris Dolley is the author of the bestseller French Fried. His novelette - What Ho, Automaton! - was a finalist for the WSFA Award for best short fiction of 2011.

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Home & The Surrounding Territory by Blythe Ayne

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Category: Poetry

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HOME & THE SURROUNDING TERRITORY contains 62 poems and short prose pieces, many of which have been previously published, as well as numerous photographs and illustrations by the poet/artist, Blythe Ayne.

These writings remind us that while there's no place like home, it is also true that home can be found anywhere in the world, even if only for a few days.

Blythe grew up near the Kansas gate to Oz on the Nebraska prairie, and currently lives in a forest not far from the Emerald city of Seattle. Minus the ruby slippers and flying monkeys, her life has been a whirlwind that from time to time picks her up and sets her down elsewhere. However, she's been very content to settle where she currently lives, in a forest of fir and alder trees - and a few apple trees that occasionally kindly drop apples at her feet. She has never encountered an ill-tempered, apple-throwing tree.

The publishers at Emerson & Tilman hope you'll enjoy escaping into the world of wonder and joy in HOME & THE SURROUNDING TERRITORY.

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Joey Costa's New Game (Joe Costa) by Henry Simpson

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Category: Mystery

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Joe Costa is a lawyer and Sandra Lawler a Las Vegas police detective. Their stories interweave and eventually converge. After ten years defending mobsters, Costa leaves the shady clientele and stress of his Los Angeles law practice for a more sedate life selling real estate in upscale Montecito. He has mixed success at his new game, but his past reputation attracts clients who hire him to solve their thorny problems by means legal and otherwise. Among them are Ken Pell, an art professor who wants out of an illegal contract to forge fine art for a malevolent cocaine distributor. Costa must find a way to do the job without getting himself or his client killed or alerting law enforcement. A Costa associate is involved in a Las Vegas murder. Vegas police assign Lawler to solve the crime. She tracks the likely killer to Santa Barbara, identifies Costa and Quick as persons of interest, and must determine whether they colluded with the killer in murder.
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London Wild by Vincent Shearman

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Category:  Science Fiction 

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London in the year 2948 was very much a city of lights. Every street in the city where people might have business during the dead of night, including the golden mile and the large shopping districts, was kept illuminated to the extent that it was often difficult to tell the difference between day and night. If that wasn't enough, there were cameras everywhere, dozens of cameras per street, more cameras than they could possibly afford to hire people to monitor. All to protect the people of the city from the cat-like hunters who prowled the streets of the city and the South-East of the country and who had done so for nearly an entire millennium now....

...February Sivka was seventeen. She had been born in the town of Sou’nd, virtually the east coast of the country, and had moved to Upminster as soon as she had been able, where she now lived alone. During the day she worked as a computer programmer and web designer. She’d usually telecommute from home because of the perceived risk from the Herbaht. During the night she tended to relax with the newspaper or even an occasional book. She didn’t really know any of her neighbors all that well, but she had never given them any cause to be concerned about her occasional trips to the city. Thanks to years of experience and the right combination of make-up, February was able to effectively hide her true race even from those who thought they did know her.
Every month, sometimes twice a month, February climbed into the driver’s seat of her car while it was still daylight outside (and therefore not too suspicious) and drove to London.
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