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The Man Who Walked in the Dark

All things found, all things fixed.

Join Jude Demarco in the station-city of Nicodemia, where sinners are saints and good deeds are a commodity. Charlotte Beck walks into his life with a lit cigarette and a lousy deal, and sometimes saying no isn’t quite as easy as it should be.

Other Books by Anthony W. Eichenlaub

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About Anthony W. Eichenlaub

Anthony W. Eichenlaub is the author of a wide range of science fiction and fantasy. His novels are a hodgepodge of cyberpunk westerns, space opera, and pulse pounding technothrillers. He loves words like ‘hodgepodge’. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications, including Daily Science Fiction, Little Blue Marble, and On-Spec Magazine.

He’s a native of southern Minnesota, and as such prefers to spend most conversations talking about the current status of the weather. When it’s hot outside he enjoys writing or reading out on the patio. When it’s cold, he sits inside and complains.

Anthony is a member and Director at Large with SFWA, a member of the Rochester Writers Group, and a teaching artist at the Loft Literary Center. In his spare time he enjoys landscaping, woodworking, and long walks with his lazy dog.

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Short stories are wonderful little experiments of literature, science fiction, and magic all mixed up like anarchy and madness in the stew pot of my brain. They’re one of my favorite things to write and one of my favorite things to read.

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