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An Ordinary Citizen

Douglas McClenaghan

Explorations of language and culture in our times by and for the ordinary citizen.

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Voice in the Mirror

This novella is taken from a collection of gothic tales written by Lynette McClenaghan. The collection is called Voice in the Mirror and is available as Kindle only from your Amazon store.

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Voice in the Mirror

This novella is taken from a collection of gothic tales written by Lynette McClenaghan. The collection is called Voice in the Mirror and is available as Kindle only from your Amazon store.

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Voice in the Mirror

This novella is taken from a collection of gothic tales written by Lynette McClenaghan. The collection is called Voice in the Mirror and is available as Kindle only from your Amazon store.

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  • Douglas McClenaghan

    I am a former high school English teacher in Melbourne, Australia. I have co-authored textbooks, academic articles and book chapters.

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