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Dance with the Devil

Callum Cordeaux

Publisher: Len Arthur Publishing

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A selection of short stories that range from nice to downright nasty. Callum Cordeaux lets his mind roam from the feelgood coming of age story Lena Turns the Corner to the creepiness of Dance with the Devil and Glory Days. These stories are bound to make you cringe and bound to make you think.

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