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Stephen D. Rogers
Stephen D. Rogers is the author of SHOT TO DEATH, THREE-MINUTE MYSTERIES, and more than 900 shorter pieces. His website, www.StephenDRogers.com, includes a list of new and upcoming titles as well as other timely information. show more



Stephen D. Rogers is the author of SHOT TO DEATH, THREE-MINUTE MYSTERIES, and more than 900 shorter pieces. His website, www.StephenDRogers.com, includes a list of new and upcoming titles as well as other timely information.

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Elentarri's Book Blog
Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 month ago
This book is a collection of 29 humorous science fiction and fantasy stories by a variety of authors. There were about 3 stories I didn't much like, but the rest were amusing or took a different perspective on old tropes. This book is perfect for those between book moments or when you just want so...
Kell's Reading Realm
Kell's Reading Realm rated it 1 year ago
A short written by the talented L.D. Rose. This story is about two brothers who are on a bit of a crime spree and the witch ex-girlfriend of one of the brothers. Evie is actually a witch in all sense of the word. The brothers are not much alike but share a strong brotherly bond. They end up stopping...
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 3 years ago
*Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. TKWC anthology is back with a second edition containing even more wacky and wonderful stories of Thanksgiving mystery and mayhem. Dig in! Don’t worry, they’re calorie free and not poisoned. Reign Check by Arthur C. Carey...
spocksbro
spocksbro rated it 5 years ago
A Dictionary of Made-Up Languages is a very disappointing reference work. The author’s overbroad definition of “constructed language” includes everything from Quenya, the language of Tolkien’s High Elves, to Krakozhian, the language of the mythical country Tom Hanks comes from in “The Terminal.” One...
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