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Australian horror author Shane Jiraiya Cummings' lovecraftian novella, Requiem for the Burning God, is free at Amazon.

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Evil festers beneath the mountains of Peru, and British Great War ace turned mercenary Captain Max Calder unwittingly stumbles into the thick of it! Confronted by Lovecraftian horrors, the machinations of a world-spanning conglomerate, and a lunatic song that haunts his every step, Calder may pay the ultimate price to save the world from danger. Requiem for the Burning God is a grand pulp adventure novella inspired by the darkest imaginings of the Cthulhu Mythos.

Review
"A fantastic blend of pulp adventure and Lovecraftian horror. Shane Jiraiya Cummings delivers a cracking tale and proves he is still one of Australia's leading voices in dark fantasy fiction."
--David Conyers, author of The Spiraling Worm

"Like the stories of Robert E. Howard and L. Ron Hubbard before it, Requiem for the Burning God reminds us great pulp fiction is very much alive and waiting to thrill us all over again!"
--Benjamin Kane Ethridge, author of Black & Orange

"A story of epic scope and grand pulp-style adventure, with everything from flesh-eating ooze to biplanes dogfighting zeppelins ... it is the sort of story that I wish my role-playing sessions ran like!"
--Andrew J. McKiernan, HorrorScope

About the Author
Shane Jiraiya Cummings lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has been acknowledged as "one of Australia's leading voices in dark fantasy", had more than sixty short stories published in Australia, USA, and Europe, and his work has been translated in Spanish, French, and Polish. Shane has won two Ditmar Awards, and he has been nominated for more than twenty other major awards including Spain's Premios Ignotus. Shane is an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association and former Vice President of the Australian Horror Writers Association. When he is not writing, Shane is an editor and journalist by day and sword fighting instructor by night.
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