The truth is, nobody really knows how to respond to a break-in. Who burgles homes and why they do it remains a mystery. Nearly 98 out of 100 home intrusions cases go unsolved every year…
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You’ve spent all of lockdown counting carbs and honing your beach body; you deserve a chic swimsuit that shows off all your COVID curves.
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O! The wonders of my lord Maroon do abound! He’s a walking menagerie of wondrous sounds.
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Ferdinand L’Apogee’s latest novel, Night Spots, dropped this week, and readers have already developed a controversial theory about a fan-favorite character.
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Have you read “A Rose for Emily”? Replace racism with circumcision, and you have some idea what to expect from my new short story, which appears in Twisted Anatomy, a charity anthology of body horror from the editors at Sci-Fi and Scary.
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Doomed zeppelins floating aimlessly among a sea of a chemicals. A hansom-driver turned captain. A prohibition on coffee.
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The man smiled, dimpled, ruddy cheeks like two sugar plums. “Little Ollie’s on the top of my list this year. I just can’t disappoint him. And his letter was very specific.”
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Dinah inspected the withered trunk, the dry, shriveled limbs. “Fucking shit, dude,” she said. “How long you had this thing, since the Dark Ages?”
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A cluster of flies, like black grapes, swarmed over the sherry-stained carpet, seduced by its fermented sweetness, though any liquid had long since evaporated.
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“Shhh-shh-shhhhh.” Warner held up a ruddy finger. “Hear that?”
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