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Vicinity - Short Stories

Justin Kennedy

Publisher: Cactus House Recording

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Summary

A collection of surreal cyclical horror short stories, comprising the first collection from author Justin Kennedy.  Currently,  Justin lives in Campbell, CA and works at a law firm.  Much of the subject matter in this collection was inspired from real events and real nightmares.
Available since: 10/31/2021.
Print length: 38 pages.

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