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The Imposters of Badington Bay

By Robert E. Kearns

The Imposters of Badington Bay by Robert E. Kearns is the story of a man who came to Badington on a mission and finds out everything is not as it seems in this sleepy little town. Badington is not a place where you look for...

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Scampy's Merry Christmas

By Robert E. Kearns

Scampy is a bundle of love and energy from the day he is born. He loves to run and get into mischief, but he’s so happy all the time, a happiness that is contagious, that he is quickly forgiven. Animals and humans on the farm...

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Fourth of July

By Robert E. Kearns

Fourth of July is a short work by Robert E. Kearns which follows the story of an Irishman named Myles. Married and the father of an infant, he struggles to provide for his family during the Great Famine. Although he’s luckier than many and works...

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The Pastor of Rush Springs

By Robert E. Kearns

The Pastor of Rush Springs is a short story by Robert E. Kearns. In a small rural town on a hot July day, some time after neon lights have become popular but before air conditioning is widely available, a newly arrived preacher holds an adoring...

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A Midnight Call to Monto

By Robert E. Kearns

A Midnight Call to Monto by Robert E. Kearns is the story of two friends who learn that life can be perilous if they associate with the wrong people. Charles and Bertie are two friends who became as thick as thieves during their university days....

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The Cries of Manor Lannigan

By Robert E. Kearns

The Cries of Manor Lannigan is a short story by Robert Kearns. After traveling in stormy weather late one night, fatigued Reilly can’t believe his luck when he is offered food and shelter at Manor Lannigan. While dining, Lord Lannigan tells his guest a shocking...

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A Place of Rest

By Robert E. Kearns

A Place of Rest by Robert E. Kearns is the story of a man who is not happy about his current situation. Tuck is a man of habits and he hates to break them. He doesn’t like mornings, he doesn’t like the cold and he...

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Hy Brasil

Island of Eternity
By Robert E. Kearns

Hy Brasil: Island of Eternity is a work of literary fiction penned by author Robert E. Kearns, and it focuses on the subjects of history versus the modern day, gothic fiction and high adventure. Based on the mythical island of Hy Brasil, reputed to have...

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Jeremiah Kildare and The Wolf of the Same County

By Robert E. Kearns

An elderly man discovers an anomalous creature on the Irish moors in the jarring short story, Jeremiah Kildare and the Wolf of the Same County by Robert E. Kearns. Jeremiah Kildare lives in a state of stasis. He has lived in the county of Kildare...

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Something Called Permafrost

By Robert E. Kearns

An amazing discovery draws a research team to the frozen tundra out of season. It started as a normal archaeological dig but quickly turned into something more when they unearth a perfectly preserved human man. The team quickly mobilizes to document the find and to...

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The Two Faces of Killer Kilbride

By Robert E. Kearns

“One of the fresh citizens to land in Calvin was a certain Marty Kilbride. Aged thirty-five, he appeared younger and materialised at over six foot with a head of neatly combed dark brown hair with a corresponding moustache. He dressed in a suit with matching...

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