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August 02 , 2007

Have a Bad Day: Seven Stories of Sickness, Sin, and Psychopaths


Everyone has bad days, but not many get as bad as these! These seven tales of woe range from dark to devilish! In Vespine, a dangerous obsession takes a dark and unexpected twist. In If Only in my Dreams, a man shares his darkest secret with a captive audience. In A Terrible Itch, a spaceship finds itself carrying unwelcome cargo and must choose between the unthinkable and the unimaginable. In A Gambling Man, an addict at the end of his rope is given one last, terrible chance to escape the consequences of a lifetime of bad choices. In Shallow Graves, the end of civilization is just the beginning for a young girl who loses her last friend just before receiving some unwanted visitors. In Desperate Times, a man fallen on terrible times wrestles with his conscience, without knowing just how high the stakes really are. And finally, in Last Day on Earth, A death row inmate bids a rather surprising farewell to a world he has no respect for. Sit back, relax, and take comfort in knowing that your bad days don't get quite this bad!

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