Red, White, and Maggie

Maggie MacKay Holiday Special

Book 2
Kate Danley
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 Nothing worse than getting ants at your picnic.... unless it is vampires.  It's the 4th of July and the nation is celebrating the United States' independence.  Except someone dressed like George Washington has figured out a way to turn the revelers into mindless drones.  Looks like a job for Maggie and Killian.

A part of the Maggie MacKay: Holiday Special short stories.  This stands independently from the main Magical Tracker series and can be read at any time and in any order.

Search Terms: 4th of July, Los Angeles, urban fantasy paranormal, urban fantasy for adults, Magical Tracker, Maggie MacKay 

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From the AuthorWhat is a "penny dreadful"?"Penny dreadfuls" were serialized books written during the Victorian era that cost only a penny.  They were usually published on cheap wood pulp paper (very much the "pulp fiction" of the day.)  They were not high literature like Charles Dickens (whose stories cost three pennies) and were looked down upon by the educated as being simply "dreadful."  Penny dreadfuls gleefully embraced the Victorian appetite for the sensational and other worldly.  Many featured stories with demons, the supernatural, ghosts, Egyptian curses, and other titillating, terrifying topics to send a joyful shiver up the gentle reader's spine.
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Publisher
Kate Danley
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Published on
Jul 31, 2017
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Pages
50
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Fantasy / Urban
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary
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