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Josiah Daniel Golojuh

A storyteller, writing professor, and lover of all things imagined. 
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1996: Daniel delivers the newspaper, most days are uneventful. However, one fall day he discovers the corpse of a small boy. The ghost of which, like a stray dog, follows him home. Daniel must now reveal how the boy died. Death is not child’s play.
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