“Rites of Passage” by Annie Reed

In Annie Reed’s “Rites of Passage,” Finn guards this world from the monsters on the other side, slaying their servants who continually attempt to create passageways for their masters to come through.

His work is important, lonely, and dangerous. His own master was killed when he got careless after too many decades on the job.

And Finn’s been doing this work for a very, very long time.

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About the Author

A frequent contributor to the Fiction River anthologies and Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Annie Reed’s recent work includes the urban fantasy mystery novels Unbroken Familiar and Iris & Ivy, and the near-future science fiction short novel In Dreams. Annie’s also one of the founding members of the innovative Uncollected Anthology, a series of themed urban fantasy stories published three times a year written by some of the best writers working today.

Annie’s full-length novels include the Abby Maxon private investigator novels Pretty Little Horses and Paper Bullets, the Jill Jordan mystery A Death in Cumberland, and the suspense novel Shadow Life, written under the name Kris Sparks, as well as numerous other projects she can’t wait to get to.

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