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In Bullet Catcher, Imma finally gets the history lesson she always wanted. Also this week, the much anticipated Ninth Step Station debuts. In a city divided by war, a Tokyo cop and a US peacekeeper are brought together by murder, missing guns, and politics way above their pay grades.
In Bullet Catcher, Imma decides it’s time to choose what is right, and what is wrong. Plus, a Christmas special in the Whitehall universe, written by creator Liz Duffy Adams.
In Bullet Catcher, “Gunslingers, Bullet Catchers. Those are just names. They ain’t got nothing to do with right and wrong.” In the conclusion of Tremontaine, New beginnings require difficult ends. 1776 ends: his allies captured, his victories few, George Washington would learn from his mistakes.
In Silverwood: The Door, the SAP’s bloody conquest is nearly complete. In Bullet Catcher, Imma gets introduced to the family business. And it’s a lot bloodier than she’d like. In Tremontaine, The river has more to take.
In Silverwood: The Door, Silverwood is alive with the dead. In Bullet Catcher, Imma has found someone she lost long ago, and maybe a home. But is that enough? In Tremontaine, Kaab and Esha form an alliance.
In Silverwood: The Door, the survivors scramble to stay alive. In Bullet Catcher, it's time to ride. In Tremontaine, a message from Binkiinha. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
In Silverwood: The Door, a choir of violent delights is ringing through the trees. In Bullet Catcher, it's another day for revenge. 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, delves into November. In Tremontaine, back from hiatus, Kaab gets her revenge. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
In Silverwood: The Door, "Out here in the woods, with every last vestige of civilization crumbling, he finally felt like himself." In Bullet Catcher, Imma learns that bullets can be bitter medicine. Tremontaine, still on hiatus. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
In Silverwood: The Door, the scouts comb the woods for answers. All they find is death. In Bullet Catcher, Tremontaine, takes a hiatus. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
Bullet Catcher started last week! In Silverwood: The Door, the trees are alive with the sound of murder. In Tremontaine, Tess defends Riverside! Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
Bullet Catcher begins this week! In Silverwood: The Door, the malevolence beneath the forest floor grows in power. All it needs is blood. In Tremontaine, Rafe and Reza come to some realizations. This week in 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, fresh off the failed conquest of Canada, Benedict Arnold must face his next challenge. Today Exquisite Corpse airs. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!