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Tales from Mr. Pelinger's House


by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

Teddy Roosevelt in a National Park

 

Fiction / Illustrated

The latest tales from Mr. Pelinger's House. The house that unfolds to let a universe of oddities in. A home larger inside than out with its own wormhole. Two stories for the price of one!

The first tale the Foster Siblings enter an abandoned house to meet a ship captain that disappeared in the tunnels in Salem a 100 years before. Inside they are invited to the rings of the Intergalactic Roadshow mastered by General Custer in one and Sitting Bull and the Stoned Elephant in the other. Once inside the siblings are caught in a dangerous game of Chutes and Snakes. In the next tale the Foster siblings are invited by Mr. Pelinger to be contestants on a game show pitting Teddy Roosevelt against Queen Victoria to find out truly which nation is the best in the world!

Sub Rosa

by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

Nonfiction / History

How did the Witch City Shape American History before it was the Halloween capitol? From our national banks to our Constitution Salem has shaped more of tthe foundation of our country move than any other city.

Salem Secret Underground: The History of the Tunnels in the City


by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

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Nonfiction / History

The Secret Underground Tunnels of the Witch City.

The real life story of how 159 people including senators, a superior court justice, secretaries of state, the countries first millionaires, a secretary of the Navy, directors in our national banks, the first National Guard Unit, and the real life murderer from the game Clue dug three miles of tunnels to defraud Thomas Jefferson's administration by avoiding paying his custom duties.

 

Murder on the Common

by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

Historic Fiction / Fantasy / Illustrated

The latest edition in the The Sinclair Narratives. Join Prince Henry Sinclair, everyone's favorite immortal who sailed from Scotland near Roslyn Chapel to find Vinland a 100 years before Columbus and sailed to America with the Templar's treasure horde. In this tale we follow Henry through a murder mystery that influenced Parker Brother's game Clue, the real life murder which was the most famous in nineteenth century. Along the way he will be hampered by the the Illuminati, Lovecraftian monsters, Mormons, and Vampires. Filled with historical personages that shaped American history and composite photographs taken from Matthew Brady and others.

The book will be released in April, 2020 on the 290th Anniversary of Captain Joseph White's murder; for now you are welcomed to read installments of the book for free every Tuesday. Start read today!

Look for other Sinclair Narratives in future novels and in issues of Arkham: Tales from the Flipside magazine.

Arkham: Tales from the Flipside
Winter 2020

by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

Historic Fiction / Fantasy / Mystery / Sci-Fi / Illustrated

This installment of the quarterly showcases new and old masters. Poe, Hawthorne, Lovecraft, and Garrett welcome Dowgin, Maguire, and Deschenes. Secven illustrated stories of murder, mystery, fantasy, thriller, and Sci-Fi.

In the first tale we have the latest from The Sinclair Narratives called Summer Cottage from Hell where everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, Teddy Roosevelt, and Nikola Tesla must solve the murder of President Taft's Summer White House landlord in Beverly Ma involving Lovecraftian monsters, Illuminati, and bodily possession. This is followed by Matt Maguire's (Wolverine, and Heavy Metal Magazine author and illustrator) The Wheel in which a father and daughter must survive the wheel of post apocolyptic societies. Then we have Randall Garrett's The Eye's Have It, one of his best Lord Darcy mysteries. Following that we have Lisa Deschenes' Teavanna involving a unhealthy obsession for teapots. Coming in next is Lovecraft's Thing on the Doorstep, the story that created Arkham Aslylum that is within the Batman canon. Nathaniel Hawthorne chimes in next with Dr. Heidegger's Experiment where some crotchy old people gain access to a draught from the Fountain of Youth. Finishing up this installment is Edgar Allan Poe's Tell-Tale-Heart based on the real murder of Captain Jospeh White, the most infamous murder of the 19th century touching the highest ranking members of our nation. That murder is also the basis of the book Murder on the Common which will be released in April, 2020 on the 290th Anniversary of Captain Joseph White's murder; for now you are welcomed to read installments of the book for free every Tuesday. Start read today!

All seven tales weave in and out of each other in the narratives and within history, see if you can find all of the connections!

The Other Side
~ Closing the Door~


by Donna Girouard

 

Nonfiction / Memoir

"Once upon a time, my Dad was my hero . . ." Then I grew up. A collection of linked essays tells one family's story, revealing its "other side."

Critical Infrastructure for Children


by Matthew J. Fraser

 

Nonfiction / Current Events

How is New England Colleges helping the society and reestablishing the Middle Class. New incentives with community colleges giving credits for vocational classes, green campuses, supporting local farming, getting the disabled back to work, and new economy incentives like time banking. Read to find out how New England is leading the way to a new better community and world.

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Da'Vinci's Soul Reborn

by Richard A. Aliberti

Non-Fiction / Biography/ Art

Of all the old masters, Leonardo of Vinci is likely one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures of all time here he is presented from a perspective unlike any others: from an active and practicing present-day brethren lost in America.

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The Miss Adventures of The Salem Love Psychic

by Rev. Barbara Szafranski

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Non-Fiction / Biography/ Spirtuality

In this narrative Barbara chronicles her journey to herself through trials and tribulations that any healer or shaman must face. She provides verification and clarification through the book for those who might find themselves on a similar spiritual quest. She leads through example as she goes over the magical events of her life which she had to be brave enough to believe they did in fact happen and she was not making them up. The book provides confirmation for future healers nd paves a path to follow.

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Don't Invade Russia


by Cory McNeil

Fiction/ Alternative History

Stalingrad during WWII is transported in time back to the Victorian era. Jane Wilkes Booth is asked to assassinate the emperor in this alterative reality. Will she follow the route of her male counterpart in ours?