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The Nymphs of Springfield

L.E. Mullin

Publisher: L.E. Mullin

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Everyone in your town is madly in love with you. You are immortal. You can't leave the town, but you don't feel imprisoned.  
 
Your life is perfect. 
 
Then, someone accuses you of murder. And then the entire town accuses you of witchcraft. 
 
What are you willing to do to escape from the gallows?

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