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The Horizon Café - cover

The Horizon Café

Emanuela Milleri

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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In a corrupt city dominated by two rival gangs there is a growing market for a drug that will change your perceptions of reality. Rita is out for revenge for the death of her husband. Will her sanity survive the experience? Will she complete her mission? Come to The Horizon Café and discover the truth…..

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