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Working for the Fat Man - Horror Singles #1 - cover

Working for the Fat Man - Horror Singles #1

C. Dennis Moore

Publisher: Shrine Keepers Publishing

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Summary

What if Santa's list served a more selfish and sinister purpose?  The Christmas season has never seemed so bleak as Santa scans his list searching for those few possibilities, the children who will be able to serve his purpose best, the purpose of sustaining his long life.  But if his magic only works on the bad children, what would happen if he grabbed a good child by accident?   
On the B-Side we've got five short tales (100 words each) that pack more punch than many stories fifty times that length.  Warring seasons, deadly revenge from beyond the grave, and an irrational fear made real are just a few of the sights in store. 
 

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