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    Katya Dee

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  1. Debts

    By Katya Dee, in Fiction. 06/09/2019 (Updated: 06/20/2019)

    Raven is a thief, probably the best one. He is hired by mysterious clients to obtain a rather peculiar object -- a dark-green, oval-shaped rock. He is tempted to accept the offer even though the rock belongs to one of the most influential, powerful, and cruel men in the world.

  2. The First Lock

    By Katya Dee, in Fiction. 05/19/2019 (Updated: 06/08/2019)

    People like Katrena are incapable of procreation. It's the price they have to pay for the gift (curse?) they received in their genes. However, here she is, three positive pregnancy tests later, trying to digest the information...

  3. The Year of the Salamander

    By Katya Dee, in Fiction. 04/30/2019 (Updated: 05/19/2019)

    Desmond, Gabriel, and Sam return in this sequel to Specter's Gamble, which takes place two years after the events in the first book.

  4. Specter's Gamble

    By Katya Dee, in Fiction. 03/30/2019 (Updated: 04/30/2019)

    Desmond is an assassin who is on the top of the list when it comes to his line of work. He is the one people would call in dire need to get rid of someone; he is one of the best. One night, however, Desmond meets his match...

  5. Only One Road

    By Katya Dee, in Fiction. 01/23/2011 (Updated: 01/23/2011)

    By: Katya Dee Past always comes back to bite you in the butt, doesn't it? Especially if you never actually let it go and if you still long for it. Do you welcome it back or do you try to run away?

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