Carnival of Fear by J. Robert King

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In the evil land of l'Morai, three carnival performers investigate a death along the sideshow boardwalk during a carnival, and their search unearths a conspiracy and leads to more murders. Original. 2.

About J. Robert King

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J. Robert King is an Origins Award-winning author for his gaming fiction," Mad Merlin" is the first book of his Arthurian trilogy that also includes "Lancelot Du Lethe "and "Le Morte D'Avalon," He lives in Burlington, Wisconsin.
Published January 1, 1993 by TSR 1993. 31 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Based on their evidence, Dominick, the local butcher, is charged with the murders, but locals are determined ``to protect citizens first and freaks second.'' As the hearing progresses, Marie, Hermos and Morcastle begin to suspect that they are wrong about Dominick and that the real killer, who is...

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