GIRL with CAT (Blue)
by Sam Hawksmoor
Believing in a multiverse is one thing - actually crossing over into one risks madness. Jules believes it's possible, McReady, the sceptic, does not, either way - they have to find Lundein in Inglund & the Girl with Cat (Blue).
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Like most people in my Northern California retirement community, I scan the obituaries in our Sunday newspaper. I rarely see anyone I know; most have already passed on. On this particular Sunday, however, I saw a face that looked familiar ...
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