I’ve got a new novelette out today called “Go Fish,” a pseudo-sequel to my story “The House on Ashley Avenue,” which was a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Award.  

You can read “Go Fish” for free on the Tor.com website, or if you prefer to read on a device, the eBook is available for only a dollar at all the usual places. Here’s the wonderful cover art and a description of the story, along with links to where you can find it.

A team of psychic investigators are assigned to examine the grisly death of a night watchman in an abandoned fish processing plant.

Read it for FREE on Tor.com!

Or buy the eBook for only a dollar at: 

B&N Nook | Google Play | Kindle
Kobo | eBooks.com | iBooks

Hope you dig it! 

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