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Strange Stories of Colonial Days

by Various Authors

These pictures of Colonial life and adventure make up a panorama which extends from Powhatan and John Smith, in the days of the Jamestown colony, to Pontiacís attempt upon Detroit in the period which preceded the Revolution. Here one may read stories which are strange indeed, of King Philipís War in New England, of a Dutch heroís exploit on the shores of Long Island Sound, of conflicts with the fierce Iroquois in the North, of a young New Englanderís successful treasure-hunt, and of famous or infamous pirates of Colonial times.

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Simon Clark lives in Doncaster, South Yorkshire and his stories have been published in Darklands 2, Dark Voices 5 and The Year's Best Horror Stories. His work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and he has also written some prose for U2. In his latest horror novel, Vampyrrhic, Clark brought horrific viking warriors from long ago to the shores of England in the form of undead vampires. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about it.
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