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Pembleton, PhD Issue 1: The Case of the Disappearing Scarlett Limb

by Martin Cosgrove

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Pembleton, PhD is a new series of paranormal comedy short stories about paranormal investigator Dr. Genevieve Pembleton and her trusty sidekick, Tristan Limb. 

Why should comic book readers have all the fun of episodic stories published on a regular basis? 

A new issue published each month! 

Join the adventure -- because paranormal comedy is the best thing since sliced organs! 

IN THIS ISSUE: 

The life of Crokeville Gazette feature writer Tristan Limb is rudely interrupted when a bizarre and fascinating woman enters his life and leads him into the world of the supernatural.
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