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The Gracekeepers – Kirsty Logan

Callanish was busy, performing at least two Restings a week.  She looked young, far from death.  People liked that.  She prepared the dead, said the words, and slipped them into the sea. Legally, all damplings had to be interred in … Continue reading

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