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About the author:
John C. Dupré (originally John C. Tremblay) is a fiction writer and award-winning technical writer from New England. He's a graduate of University of Massachusetts at Lowell; and his first flash fiction piece was published in AlienSkin Magazine in 2005. Subsequent work has been published in numerous online magazines, including Allegory, New Realm (previously eFantasy), and Silver Blade. He also wrote the introduction to Day's End from RMR press, the second monograph of the work of Mark L. Eshbaugh.
When he's not writing, John divides his time between creative projects, bonding with his family, geeking out about Doctor Who, and (on occasion) sleeping.
Killing Time at the Lingerroot Inn
John C. Dupré
When a car accident in the New England woods forces Eric Williams to take shelter at the foreboding Lingerroot Inn, he worries his business trip is a bust. But the moment he crosses the hotel's threshold, his job becomes the least of his troubles.
The Lingerroot Inn is impossible.
And if it weren't for the repeated attempts on his life and his compounding injuries, Eric would have sworn he died in that crash and had moved on to some fantasy world. But real or not, Eric needs to figure out what's going on there. And fast.
For it's not only his budding romance with the hunky bartender-and his own life-that are danger, but everyone else trapped at the Lingerroot Inn as well.
- Publication Date:
- 1532949081 / 9781532949081
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary