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The Case of the Missing Dead Man, Part II

One of the phenomena I came across was what the mortals call “time slips”. There were several reports of missing time, but time slips were where mortals were claiming to either go ahead or back in time. […]

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Erato’s Misadventures – A Call to Action

“Why now, Officer Creeger. I’m sure you’re well aware of the ramifications of trying to seduce your prisoner’s attorney. I’d hate to see you end up on the wrong side of those bars due to an overactive libido.” […]

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The Case of the Missing Dead Man, Part I

“Why Hades, my favorite little son-in-law. Wouldn’t it be nicer if you were to say something like, ‘Oh Mama Dem. I need a favor and only your infinite wisdom can help me’?” […]

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A Mess of Mythic Proportions, Part II

“I’ve gathered all the information on him I can find, both legal and not-so-legal. He’s also a direct descendant of the Roman general who claimed to be you at the Battle of Corinth.” […]

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A Mess of Mythic Proportions, Part I

“What the hell did you just say to me?” I screamed, losing the ability to control my temper. “I don’t give a satyr’s ass what Zeus and Hera intend to do. I want that office locked up, the body secured, and Hera needs to be briefed.” […]

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A Goddess’s Rights

I’ve been toying with the idea of writing a tell-all book about my life. I think it’s something the mortals will enjoy, while reminding them of who I am and why they need me.” […]

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An Agreement Between Gods

I still hear gods and mortals whispering about your little tryst with our resident beauty queen. The world may forget a lot of things about us, Ares, but never the really juicy stuff.” […]