Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

The Edge of Propinquity

Volume 7: July 2006

The July volume of the Edge of Propinquity has been published! This month includes new friends, secrets revealed, facts stranger than fiction and hard decisions. We hope you enjoy the seventh installment of these continuing serials.

Luminations - Bloodsucker by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Private investigator Chester Hall was looking forward to a nice, normal case involving a cheating spouse. But when the client's first words are "You're not gonna believe me." Chess knows he's in trouble. But the client's wife couldn't really be the victim of a vampire? Could she?

Vorare - Stalls by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
Gordon is imprisoned on the Farm - separated from the Gentleman Ghouls by fence and post and gate, left with the only other man on the Farm who does not engage in the rituals of the Ghouls. The question is, which is more dangerous - the Farm or the Pen?

Hidden City - Confrontations by Ryan P. Macklin AKA macklinr
Seeing Espinosa waiting outside his home, Michael decides to visit Brother Charlie instead for answers, only to find horror, pain, and a strange woman awaiting him. Meanwhile, T-Bird emerges from the accident with anger and determination, and kidnaps Michael's friend Jason.

Kendrick - The Running Feeling by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
After her date is ruined by the inconvenient actions of the Order of the Sacred Eye, Karen makes a promise to a dying man that may change Kendrick forever and discovers that she is not the only one holding secrets.

Have you ever looked over the edge and seen something looking back at you?

Chief Cat Herder
The Edge of Propinquity

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