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Aeon Speculative Fiction, Issue Twelve
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Bridget McKenna, editor
Marti McKenna, editor
Genre: Contemporary
Word Count: 100,000
Price: $5.00

Formats: Microsoft Reader

Publisher: Scorpius Digital       Publication Date: Nov 2007
Aeon Twelve features fiction by Dev Agarwal, Sarah L. Edwards, John Kratman, David D. Levine, Lisa Mantchev, Lawrence M. Schoen, and Katharine Sparrow, as well as poetry by Bruce Boston and columns by Dr. Rob Furey and Kristine Kathryn Rusch. More



Colonel Rutherford's Colt
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Cover to COLONEL RUTHERFORD’S COLT
Lucius Shepard
Genre: Contemporary
Word Count: 55,000
Price: $5.99

Formats: Microsoft ReaderMobipocket ReaderRocket eBookAdobe PDF

Publisher: ElectricStory.com
Colonel Rutherford's Colt is the story of Jimmy and Rita, dealers in historical firearms—those used by the famous and the infamous. Raised up hard by his father in Montana, Jimmy is a curiously blank figure who seems to live most fully inside the stories he tells Rita about certain of the guns they acquire. When the wife of a slain white-power leader brings him her husband's Colt .45 to sell, he begins a story that draws everyone involved with the weapon into a gothic plot that—to Jimmy at least—contrives its own reality, one that may well have a disastrous resolution. More