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Anyone read this?

Another author on another website has a story in here along with Neil.

Does anyone know which novella of Neils is included in this collection?
 
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The story is "Monarch Of The Glen" which is in his American Gods universe. (there are probably some conversations about it in the American Gods forums)

Which author's site led you here?
 
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Just found my answer over at amazon after a little searching....aah sorry!
 
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maybe not - just saw your post your sooo fast!!!

Amazon says it's Shadow and the other authors site was Diana Gabaldon.
 
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Shadow is the main character in the American Gods universe, so both answers are correct.
 
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okay - going to see if I can pick it up at the library. Thanks GMZoe
 
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*psssstttt*

Oh, looky at that! I've just posted a thread of this book in 'Other Writers'

It's a cracking book, and I highly recomend it!!!


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