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New Year's Cleave: A Tale of Terror by Colonel D.R. Acula

by Colonel D. R. Acula

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“Never doubt a master crowd navigator,” says Adrianna, pulling her friend Jenny toward the perfect place to welcome the New Year in New York. The only thing that might trouble Jenny’s mood will be mention of her errant boyfriend, but the wild excitement of the night makes even that okay. So the countdown concludes and they head back home. But tensions rise and tragedy strikes in this short dark tale. Mystery rears its curious head. And answers are as dark and unflinching as the sharply modern dialog of the protagonists.

Short, twisted and well-told, New Year’s Cleave is a modern-day every-day tale of horror, regret and suspense.

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  SheilaDeeth | Apr 13, 2015 |
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