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Tell No Lies by John Grant

Tell No Lies

by John Grant

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It is an easy enough mistake to make - the most natural mistake in the world. Cello is hooked up to the machine, but whose dreams does she experience? The house is suddenly infested, but with ... what? At the Edinburgh Fringe he meets Kristie; she seems to be exactly what he needs. The books Philip buys contain a signature that has no right to be there. In a West Country village petrol is ridiculously cheap; where does it come from? Caught in a blizzard he finds himself in Memoryville ... where he meets an old acquaintance.... Ginfalcio Beeswax and Truculence Fish are all that stand between the monsters from the blackness of outerspace and the end of mankind; but are issues closer to home more frightening than multi-tentacled aliens? Christopher - a miracle child. Nick's lives are ... haunted, but by whom? The artist is dead but her art lives on. It's Benjy's birthday - and he wants his own universe. Here is a dozen of John Grant's best stories. John Grant is author of some seventy books, of which about twenty-five are fiction, including novels like The World, The Hundredfold Problem, The Far-Enough Window, The Dragons of Manhattan and Leaving Fortusa. His "book-length fiction" Dragonhenge, illustrated by Bob Eggleton, was shortlisted for a Hugo Award in 2003; its successor was The Stardragons. His first story collection, Take No Prisoners, appeared in 2004. His anthology New Writings in the Fantastic was shortlisted for a British Fantasy Award. His novellas The City in These Pages and The Lonely Hunter appeared from PS Publishing. For his nonfiction work he has received two Hugos, a World Fantasy Award and various others.

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