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Lowland Rider

By Chet Williamson

Smashwords Edition published at Smashwords by Macabre Ink Digital
Copyright 2010 by Chet Williamson & Macabre Ink Digital Publications

Copy-edited, formatted, and checked for accuracy against the original paperback edition by David Dodd

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To Richard Picchiarini,

Child of the City


. . . The gods of whom you speak were never all-powerful. They had, at all times, by their side those darker powers which they named the Jotuns, and who worked the suffering, the disas­ters, the ruin of our world . . . The omnipotent gods have no such facilitation. With their om­nipotence they take over the woe of the universe."

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