7 Slices

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  • 7 Slices

  • Author : Donny Swords
  • Publisher : Primal Publications
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  • Genre : Fiction
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  • Publish Date : 1967
  • Ratings: 4.5
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From horror to fantasy. Seven amazing short stories by Donny Swords. Sparks, Boots?, The Cleansing Bar, Sandra, Scotty, Dark Places, and Only a Dream Away.

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