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The Feaster From The Stars (Blackwood & Harrington Mystery) (edition 2011)

by Alan K Baker

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Title:The Feaster From The Stars (Blackwood & Harrington Mystery)
Authors:Alan K Baker
Info:Snowbooks (2011), Kindle Edition, 350 pages
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To the memory of Robert W. Chambers (1865-1933),
who first unleashed the King in Yellow upon an
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Alfie Morgan hated being in this part of the network.
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Something strange is happening on the London Underground. The ghosts which haunt the platforms and tunnels are being seen much more frequently than usual, and it seems that they have become angry and frightened for some reason. There is, apparently, something on the network of which even the dead are afraid.… (more)

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