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H. Doug Matsuoka

H. Doug Matsuoka takes naps on a ledge overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Thus he appears deeply tanned approaching, and ghostly pale departing, the walking embodiment of Yin and Yang. To list his virtues, one could begin by saying he has never killed anyone, not a Frenchman, and not even a saxophonist, by drawing a sharp steel blade through the throat from ear to collarbone, or by causing hurtling metal projectiles to release kinetic energy in living tissue. The legitimacy of calling this a virtue comes into question on meeting some of those who have escaped the aforementioned blade and projectiles.

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Immortal Khan
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Immortal Khan cover; painting by Douglas Herring
H. Doug Matsuoka
Genre: Fantasy
Word Count: 25,000
Price: $5.99
Formats: Microsoft Reader

Publisher: Scorpius Digital       Publication Date: Jan 1900
From his tenure as a craftsman in the courts of imperial China to his reemergence in a trailer-park laundromat, follow the trail of the elusive and immortal Khan. More



Living Midnight
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H. Doug Matsuoka
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 25,000
Price: $5.99
Formats: Microsoft Reader

Publisher: Scorpius Digital       Publication Date: Jan 1900
In the second "word movie" from the author of Immortal Khan, two detectives journey to the underground city of Darksite to solve a crime, and to confront their own darkness of the soul. More