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Splinters of Truth

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"Storm Constantine is a myth-making Gothic queen. Her stories are poetic, involving, delightful and depraved. I wouldn't swap her for a dozen Anne Rices." - Neil Gaiman

Storm Constantine is one of our finest writers of genre fiction. This new collection features fifteen stories, four of which are original to this volume, that transport the reader to richly imagined realms one moment and shine a light on our own world's darkest corners the next. A writer of rare passion, Storm delivers here some of her most accomplished work to date.

"Storm Constantine... is a daring romantic sensualist, as well as a fine storyteller." - Poppy Z Brite

"Storm Constantine is a literary fantasist of outstanding power and originality. Her work is rich, idiosyncratic and completely engaging. Her themes have much in common with Philip K Dick - the nature of identify, the nature of reality, the creative power of the human imagination - while her sensibility reminds me of Angela Carter at her most inventive." - Michael Moorcock

1. Introduction
2. Do As Thou Wilt
3. They Hunt
4. The Order of the Scales
5. Colin's Cough
6. Kiss Booties Night Night
7. Spirit of Place
8. The Fool's Path
9. Haven
10. Return to Gehenna
11. The Farmer's Bride
12. Fireborn
13. Just His Type
14. The Violet House, or Songs the Martyrs Sang
15. A Tour of the House
16. When the Angels Came

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  • Print Length: 284 Pages
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