Sixteen Small Deaths, according to the publisher, is a collection of short fiction culled from nearly a decade of work from Boston-based author, Christopher J. Dwyer. The stories in the collection skirt the edges of noir, horror and science-fiction, sometimes bringing the hazy boundaries of all three genres together within a single piece. Sixteen Small Deaths will take the reader on a journey of heartbreak and terror while diving into the dark recesses of the mind, claims the press note.
It further boasts of “a collection of short fiction that will break your heart, shatter your soul and unravel the boundaries of space and time”.
According to the publisher, Christopher J. Dwyer is a writer from Boston, Massachusetts. His work has appeared in numerous online and print publications, as well as many anthologies. He describes his fiction as a mix of horror, noir and science fiction. Christopher is the author of When October Falls, a novel that breached the emotional limits of science fiction.
Christopher lives in the suburbs of Boston with his wife and daughter.
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