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  • The Jennifer Morgue is my latest novel, and it's the second in a series that follow the misadventures of a slashdot-reading sandal-wearing hacker-geek who's fallen into the wrong universe and can't get out.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue is your typical Spanish horror film - thin on plot and very melodramatic - but if you like that (which I do), check it out.

    Issue 0.036

  • Now, the new television show Morgue is the talk of the town, and just as Bailey starts reminiscing about her brief summer fling with the show's gorgeous star, Chris

    Lethally Blond by Kate White: Book summary

  • I can't really speak much to the parody/homage angle of the first story because I'm not at all familiar with Len Deighton's work, but the Bond stuff in The Jennifer Morgue is all kinds of cool.

    (Insert clever title about cleaning here) with the Laundry!

  • Billington plans to raise the eldritch horror Jennifer Morgue from the vasty deeps, and communicate with a dead warrior for the purpose of ruling the world.

    Boing Boing: September 24, 2006 - September 30, 2006 Archives

  • Hey, look at this picture I found at a free stock photography website called Morgue File .... it is totally cute, they are kids from Asia (of course) but the description didn't say where from. last five adventures into insanity: enough of yer whining already you big sissy - 2006-06-28

    badbadzoot Diary Entry

  • The Morgue is the Fourth-ward school house, and it has been surrounded all day by a crowd of several thousand people.

    The Johnstown Horror!!! or, Valley of Death, being A Complete and Thrilling Account of the Awful Floods and Their Appalling Ruin

  • The other day, while digging up some old rubbish in the Morgue, which is being used for dressing-rooms, they found human bones.

    Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography

  • Gerald Burton and Nancy Dampier walked out into the sunlight, and the last thing they saw of the Morgue was the smiling face of the concierge -- it was not often that he received ten francs for doing his simple duty.

    The End of Her Honeymoon

  • "There's no river in this town; no institution called the Morgue?"

    The King's Mirror

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