St. Dominic and the Devil by Maria Violante
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Author's Note: This short horror story is rated PG-13, for depictions of violence, smoking, and mild adult language.

This e-story is Shiver Short #1.

When Maggie Miller's world is invaded by an evil force with a penchant for stories, she must find a way to save herself and those around her, or suffer the horrific consequences.

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About Maria Violante

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After a major car accident caused her to seriously re-assess her priorities, Maria Violante quit her job as a desk-jockey and started to pursue one of her longest running dreams-writing.That decision was overly optimistic, and she wound up getting another job-but not before completing the rough draft of her first novel, Honda or Die, the mediocrity of which dooms it to remain on her hard drive until she can figure out how to bury it.Maria writes in several different genres of speculative fiction. Some of her releases include the demon-busting De la Roca Chronicles, the sci-fi clone romance New Humanity series, and the Shifting West books (romantic urban fantasy with shape-shifters in 1870's Nevada.) Whew!Her current projects include Seven Sacrifices-the third installment in the DLR chronicles, due for release soon-and an almost completed, yet-untitled urban fantasy that stars a female truck-driver who accidentally becomes part of a creature-hunting fraternity of Brothers.An inveterate traveler, all projects were at least partially written from the passenger seat of a 2011 International Prostar semi with a Chihuahua in the lap.
Published July 20, 2011 by Airam Publications. 31 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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