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Our Lady of Darkness

Stephen KingHis novel Our Lady of Darkness . . . virtually redefined the field for those of us who were interested in using it to mirror our very real, very rational fears about our culture, lives, and future. [1]

The fulcrum (0) and the Cipher (A) shall be here, at his beloved 607 Rhodes. I'll be at rest in my appointed spot (1) under the Bishop's Seat, the heaviest ashes that he ever felt. Then when the weights are on at Sutro Mount (4) and Monkey Clay (5) BE his Life Squeezed Away.

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1. a King, Stephen. “Fritz Leiber.” Gummitch and Friends, Slipcase, Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc., 1992, pp. 27–29.

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