Another good review of Duel Visions
‘Black Dog’, Misha Burnett: The new custodian of a cemetery notices several different people taking the same dog for a walk: does the owner merely have lots of friends or is something stranger behind it? While Burnett slowly builds a sense of the weird, the star of the story is its protagonist, a man struggling beneath the dual burden of having his successful life torn apart and being expected to fulfil responsibilities as if it hasn’t. This focus on character rather than twist is likely to keep the tale enjoyable for readers who have worked out the truth before it is revealed.
‘Sinker, Sailor’, Louise Sorensen: When a deep-sea trawler discovers a man in their nets, they are puzzled enough about how he got there; but…
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