Mary Shelley & the Summer of 1816 by James Roy Daley

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Mary Shelley is having problems in her personal life. She decides to leave her husband Percy, along with John Keats and Lord Byron, and venture away from the safety of her castle. She heads into a terrible storm, alone, searching for inspiration.

She finds more than that.

A monstrous man challenges her thinking, and offers her a glimpse of what she desires most. But will she survive long enough to tell the tale?

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David Dunwoody lives in Utah with his wife and their cats. Other stories from the "Empire" universe can be found in "The Undead", "The Undead: Flesh Feast", and The "Undead: Headshot Quartet", all from Permuted Press; as well as "Read by Dawn II" from Bloody Books, and at
Published January 19, 2014 by Books of the Dead Press. 23 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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