The Witching Hour shows its hand much too early. What could have been a slow progression on intrigue gives away so much information in its front half.
Mike Fugere is writer from Virginia Beach, where he lives with his two sons and wife. He has published short stories in several publications including Rooster Republic Press. He is also the co-creator of the popular comedy Twitter account @a_single_bear. Follow him on his personal Twitter @MikeFugere. Cyclops was right.
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