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Suspended In Dusk
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The Aberration by Bard Constantine
One massive storm. Hordes of shapeshifting monsters. Five trapped mill workers fighting for their lives. When a coworker inexplicably commits suicide on the job, only Guy knows that the incident is a harbinger of horrors to come. A freak storm quickly follows, engulfing the milling facility and trapping the workers, who quickly learn there is much more to fear than just heavy rain. Something else arrives with the storm [...]
 

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