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Publisher Description

dark horse

/ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/

noun

1.     a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds.

"a dark-horse candidate"

Join editor Robert Weller for a curated tour of nine writers who always give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction (James C. Glass' Singularity for Hire) to dark and brutal prehistoric apocalypses (Wayne Kyle Spitzer's A Survivor's Guide to the Dinosaur Apocalypse), from Lovecraftian horror (Bill Link's Torchlight Parade) to zombies and horror comedy (Andy Kumpon's Seeds of the Dead); from farcical romps near foggy moors (Ron Ford's Dr. Jekyll in Love) to lyric and whimsical interludes (M. Kari Barr's A Father's Legacy). Indeed, even from absurd capers (Kevin M. Penelerick's Brother Bob) to tales of unlikely compassion (Erik Schubach's Scythe), you'll be sure to find it here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, poor yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses …    

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2020
August 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
193
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hobb's End Books
SIZE
291.6
KB

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