Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski
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Double Jack

I sent Double Jack off to my editor. She should get started over the next few days. That means that we're on the countdown to the now legendary and spectacularly delayed "Double Jack."

Here's a very rough and certainly unpolished blurb.

It's 1926. Jack's good at finding places to hide. With the Communists on one side and the Church on the other, a wizard learns to keep his head down. While working the night shift one rainy night, a couple of no-goodnicks walk into Jack's office, turning his life upside down. If he can keep his secret, he should be all right, until a woman walks in. You can't keep a secret from a woman.

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