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TOO Historical Fiction 87 The Grannywoman of Devil’s Backbone

By Teel James Glenn Read by Shawn Robertson “Tain’t never cottoned to outsiders no less Yankees tellin’ me what to do, sonny,” the wizened woman called Granny Liz said. “And I sure as hell ain’t gonna let none traipse about … Continue reading

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TOO Historical Fiction 78 A Sudden Shade of Death

By Teel James Glenn Read by Shawn Robertson Setting: New York City Period: 1937 The entrance outside of the Combination Club was in an alley that looked like a movie set, complete with an always-wet street (courtesy of the leaking … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 55 Tommy’s Ambush & Fickle Finger of Fate

Tommy’s Ambush by Teel. James Glenn. Link to interview on Pulped July 17, 2012 episode. Thomas Mahoney walked beside the O’Rourke wagon as it clattered along the forest road but he kept stumbling because he never looked down at the trail. … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 33 – The Crusader from Cross Plains

Short fiction: “Strangers Well Met” – by Andrew MacRae, 1800’s USA Main fiction: Period: 1938s, Setting: Egypt By Teel. James Glenn Read by Shawn Robertson In some of the infinite worlds of the multiverse some men live that might die … Continue reading

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