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Malice and Madness

J.T. Lozano

Publisher: Crazy Ink

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Malice and Madness is a collection of nine short and delectable tales from the twisted mind of J.T. Lozano. Kick off your shoes, grab your blanket, turn off the lights, and curl up in bed as you prepare to meet a centuries old ghoul that feeds on the dead. A doll that is searching for a family of her own, a pair of teenagers that are tasked with ensuring the survival of their people and other things that go bump in the night. Enjoy the tales J.T. weaves and remember that the monsters are not real….or are they?

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