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Doyce Testerman

Doyce Testerman was born and raised in the wilds of South Dakota, where he developed an early and lifelong love affair with the written word, especially stories that included a bit more magic, mayhem, or mystery than one typically finds around a large Midwestern farm. He moved to Denver in 1995, where he has steadily ceded control of his weekends to two dogs, his brilliant wife, and two astounding children. He has been a professional writer for over a decade, and his work has appeared in a number of online magazines related to pen-and-paper roleplaying games (his other great love), computer games and MMOs (his other-other great love and shadowy shameful mistress, respectively), and fiction. Learn more at Doyce Testerman’s website.

Hidden Things: An almost-there book

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Hidden Things by Doyce Testerman

In Hidden Things, by Doyce Testerman, Calliope Jenkins gets a strange phone call, then an even stranger phone message from her ex-boyfriend (now partner) in a private detective firm. The odd part in the phone call is his closing warning: “Watch out for the hidden things.” The even weirder part about the later message is that it comes several hours after his corpse was found. Soon after, Calliope finds herself on the road to Iowa where her partner Joshua was killed, which also happens to be the one place she swore she’d never return to after some family issues years ago. She is accompanied on her road trip by a “demon clown” who has for some reason assigned himself as her “guide” on whatever quest she’s become mixed up in. Tracking her is a federal agent who is more than he seems, while ahead of her lies a host o... Read More