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The Sinclair Narratives

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Murder on the Common:

Henry is caught up in the most infamous murder of the 19th century. Captain Joseph White has been murdered in his sleep. His nephew who controls the Second National Bank and the National Rebulican Party hires Senator Daniel Webster of the Great Triumvirate to become the prosecutor in the murder. On the night of the first trial in the case Massachusetts Chief Justice Isaac Parker dies in his sleep. Henry along with the Judge's Cousin, William, must solve this case as a horde of Chinese vampires, Anti-Masons, Lovecraftian Monsters, and Mormons descend on Salem.

The Joseph White murder was the basis for Edgar Allan Poe's Tell-Tale Heart and Parker Brother's game Clue.

This is the first novel of The Sinclair Narratives.

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Summer Cottage from Hell:

President Taft moves into his new Summer White House in Beverly MA on the 4th of July. Two days prior to his arrival the man he rented the house from was thrown from his horse and dies 2 days after the President's arrival. Was his death accidental? Teddy Rooselvelt calls on Henry Sinclair to find out. Along with these two Nikola Tesla, Rough Rider Keno Crowninshield, and Henry's reincarnated third-generation Viking Ragtag crew help solve this mystery as Pinkertons and Illuminati flock to Beverly.

 

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Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern

In this story we find Heny, everyone's favorite immortal, disguised as General William Howe during the Revolutionary War caught up in the last battle of the War on St. Stephen's Day in the new Jersey Pine Barrens trying to steal the Ark of the Covenant back again. To find out how it got stolen, how Henry gets it back, and what Benjamin Franklin has to do with the Jersey Devil; read it today!

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Land of .Oz

Henry needs to fight off an army of genies with the help of Mark Twain, Nikola Telsa, and Theodore Roosevelt to prevent a British Invassion led by Cecil Rhodes.

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Arkham: Tales from the Flipside

 

Winter 2020:

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In this issue we have six tales for you that weave together with the finest illustrators. Tales of murder, true love, obssession, murder, possession, and murder. Murder is a favorite this season with stories from Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin, Matt Maguire (Wolverine, The Darkness, and Heavy Metal), Lisa Deschenes, Randall Garrett, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

In this issue The Sinclair Narratives presents Summer Cottage from Hell. President Taft moves into his new Summer White House in Beverly MA on the 4th of July. Two days prior to his arrival the man he rented the house from was thrown from his horse and dies 2 days after the President's arrival. Was his death accidental? Teddy Rooselvelt calls on Henry Sinclair to find out. Along with these two Nikola Tesla, Rough Rider Keno Crowninshield, and Henry's reincarnated third-generation Viking Ragtag crew help solve this mystery as Pinkertons and Illuminati flock to Beverly.


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Spring 2020:

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In this installment we bring you into the Flipside to read 6 supernatural tales of war and murder from the old masters and new. Tales that all play into one another through time and space.


First we have our anchor story Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern, the latest in The Sinclair Narratives about the last battle in the Revolutionary War and the theft of the Ark of the Covenant featuring Benjamin Franklin and the Jersey Devil. Followed by There is a Reaper that investigates what happens to your murder victim after death written by Charles V. de Velt. Then we have...Black Colossus by Robert E. Howard featuring Conan the Barbarian who is picked by chance to lead an army for a desperate princess. Up next is Lisa Deschenes' tale of a strange way to get rid of an ex-husband in Things that go Bump. This follows into Steve Mullen's Shock Treatment that explores the idea that our solar system is the insane asylum of the galaxy. Beyond Lies the Wub by Philip K. Dick is about an intelligent space pig that might end up on the menu.


 Six tales that weave in and out of each other. Can you discover all of their secrets of how they fit together? Give it a read and find out.

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Summer 2020:

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In this installment we bring you into the Flipside to read 6 supernatural tales of genies, wishes, and ravenous animals from old masters and new. Tales that all play into one another through time and space.


First we have our anchor story Land of .Oz, the latest in The Sinclair Narratives where everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, needs to fight off an army of genies with the help of Mark Twain, Nikola Telsa, and Theodore Roosevelt to prevent a British Invassion led by Cecil Rhodes. Then we go into Three Skeleton Key by George G. Toudouze, the old time radio favorite made famous by Vincent Price. A tale of three lighthouse keepers held captive in the light by a horde of rats. Then we have a tale written by Robert Bloch (author of Psycho) set in a basement attached to the creepy tunnels in Arkham where a mysterious beast creeps in Creeper in the Crypt. Up next is Lisa Deschenes' tale of a man's hatred for squirrels that does not end well in The Gathering. This follows into Evelyn E. Smith's Man's Best Friend about a slacker who wakes up to find he has been chosen the next leader, as the prior leader willingly waits for his assassination. Our last story is by the comic legend Robert Sheckley, Something for Nothing in which a wishing machine just appears inside his living room one day.

Six tales that weave in and out of each other. Can you discover all of their secrets of how they fit together? Give it a read and find out.

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Fall 2014:

Arkham Tales from the Flipside Fall 2013

The finest illustrated narratives of the day covering the genres of sci-fi, thrillers, mysteries, horror, and fantasies.In this issue is continuing saga of The Sinclair Narratives by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin. Our hero this time faces down a murderous vampire, or does he in Love Bites. Also we have the first installment of Crime Across Time by Corry McNeil. What happens when a scientist can't pay back his loan shark and a Southie mob inherits a time machine? Read it to find out. Plus we have The Perfect Crime by Dann Maurno. A tale of a battle of two egos.

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Fall 2013:

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This was the first issue and the premiere of The Sinclair Narratives by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin. Presented in these tales are the journal of an immortal who moved to Salem, MA in 1398 with a merry bunch of Vikings. In Henry's first tale he is in England during the Civil War and finds out the Laird Shipyard has plans to build three ships for the Confederates; can he stop them? Then we have another story called A Sticky Situation written and illustrated by Eric Kirchberg. It is the story of the Great Molasses Flood in Boston. Then we have Girls Night In written and illustrated by Kate Kirchberg. It is a raunchy honest tale of the behind the scenes look into a pretty racy adult pajama party.

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