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Coulrophobia: Empire of the Clown King

Warren Brown

Publisher: Warren Brown

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The city is being taken over by the Clown King. The only person who can stop the Clown King from destroying the city is afraid of clowns. How do you conquer your fear, when it could also be the death of you?

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