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The Frightful Fifty, Part Two: 25 More Dreadful Singles by [Steve Dustcircle, Henry James, Walter Scott, Nathaniel Hawthorne, H.P. Lovecraft]
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Steve Dustcircle spent thirteen years in and out of the ministry, having left Christianity for secular humanism. Originally from Chicago, he now resides in Columbus, OH with his frugal-life blogger wife Cynthia, and they have a cat, a turtle, and three bunnies. Steve Dustcircle is the author of several books: Deadpool 101, Napkins, Politics for the Disinterested, Terminal, Transport, and Unchristianed Nation. Steve has also edited Citing Atheists, Mangasarian Volume One, and The Quotable Dissenting Heretic. He also wrote No, I Won't Buy Your eBook under the name, Scott Dwight. All books are self-published. Steve and his wife run aLife Beyond Books, a publishing house and editing service for authors who write about living life a little differently than the status quo. Buy, download or read Steve's books at and --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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