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“Mandragora” – by H. D. Greaves

What schemes are hatched when a young and wealthy dandy is tempted by his mischievous servant with the possibility of a lecherous conquest in Florence? A barren wife, flea-bitten partners in crime and the eventual culmination in a drink of … Continue reading

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“The Last Bad Job” – by Colin Dodds

A suicide cult nearing its fate, a reporter tumbling towards self-destruction and a world spinning towards its end. When the dominoes start falling and mayhem reigns, who will be left to laugh at the result? There‚Äôs only a few things … Continue reading

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