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Fragments of Fear 2 - Fragments of Fear #2 - cover

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Fragments of Fear 2 - Fragments of Fear #2

Michael Kelso

Publisher: Michael Kelso

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Summary

These eighteen horror stories are a bit longer than the previous Fragments volume. Hopefully they will draw you deeper into their web. I've thrown in an extra special morsel at the end, I hope you find it to your liking.

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