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Bruce Gamble, a retired Naval Flight Officer and former historian with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, is the author of two critically acclaimed books about the Pacific War, The Black Sheep, a complete combat history of Marine Fighting Squadron 214, and Black Sheep One, a definitive biography of Greg Pappy Boyington. He lives on the northern Gulf Coast of Florida.

But, initially at least, it looks like the Australia of so many tourism commercials. Sun glistens down on a blue ocean in December. A chap dressed as Santa strolls along the sand as smiling swimmers bob up and down in the warm water. The tune of ‘we wish you a merry Christmas’ can be heard.

But something’s just not right. In footage, all taken from real news reports, there’s way too much booze. Police are on horseback. A helicopter buzzes overhead.

Two men, friends perhaps, shake hands and smile for a camera. All looks well. And then, out of nowhere, one of the two — the one who isn’t white — is attacked.

Bruce Gamble, a retired Naval Flight Officer and former historian with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, is the author of two critically acclaimed books about the Pacific War, The Black Sheep, a complete combat history of Marine Fighting Squadron 214, and Black Sheep One, a definitive biography of Greg Pappy Boyington. He lives on the northern Gulf Coast of Florida.

Bruce Gamble, a retired Naval Flight Officer and former historian with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, is the author of two critically acclaimed books about the Pacific War, The Black Sheep, a complete combat history of Marine Fighting Squadron 214, and Black Sheep One, a definitive biography of Greg Pappy Boyington. He lives on the northern Gulf Coast of Florida.

But, initially at least, it looks like the Australia of so many tourism commercials. Sun glistens down on a blue ocean in December. A chap dressed as Santa strolls along the sand as smiling swimmers bob up and down in the warm water. The tune of ‘we wish you a merry Christmas’ can be heard.

But something’s just not right. In footage, all taken from real news reports, there’s way too much booze. Police are on horseback. A helicopter buzzes overhead.

Two men, friends perhaps, shake hands and smile for a camera. All looks well. And then, out of nowhere, one of the two — the one who isn’t white — is attacked.

Brimstone Press was an Australian independent publisher of dark fiction ( horror and dark fantasy ). [1] Brimstone Press was established in 2004 by Angela Challis and Shane Jiraiya Cummings and was based in Western Australia .

The first publication from Brimstone Press was Shadowed Realms , an online flash fiction horror magazine that was active from 2004 to 2007. Authors published in Shadowed Realms include Terry Dowling , Richard Harland , Robert Hood , Poppy Z Brite , Stephen Dedman , Kurt Newton , Martin Livings , Lee Battersby , Paul Haines , Steven Cavanagh and Kaaron Warren . [2] Shadowed Realms gained professional status from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) in 2005 [3] and was nominated for the Best Collected Work Ditmar Award in 2006. [4] [5]

Brimstone Press also published HorrorScope: The Australian Dark Fiction Web Log , a news and review webzine . In December 2006, Brimstone Press moved into book publication. [6] [7] Among their published anthologies are Shadow Box and the Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror series.

Bruce Gamble, a retired Naval Flight Officer and former historian with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, is the author of two critically acclaimed books about the Pacific War, The Black Sheep, a complete combat history of Marine Fighting Squadron 214, and Black Sheep One, a definitive biography of Greg Pappy Boyington. He lives on the northern Gulf Coast of Florida.

But, initially at least, it looks like the Australia of so many tourism commercials. Sun glistens down on a blue ocean in December. A chap dressed as Santa strolls along the sand as smiling swimmers bob up and down in the warm water. The tune of ‘we wish you a merry Christmas’ can be heard.

But something’s just not right. In footage, all taken from real news reports, there’s way too much booze. Police are on horseback. A helicopter buzzes overhead.

Two men, friends perhaps, shake hands and smile for a camera. All looks well. And then, out of nowhere, one of the two — the one who isn’t white — is attacked.

Brimstone Press was an Australian independent publisher of dark fiction ( horror and dark fantasy ). [1] Brimstone Press was established in 2004 by Angela Challis and Shane Jiraiya Cummings and was based in Western Australia .

The first publication from Brimstone Press was Shadowed Realms , an online flash fiction horror magazine that was active from 2004 to 2007. Authors published in Shadowed Realms include Terry Dowling , Richard Harland , Robert Hood , Poppy Z Brite , Stephen Dedman , Kurt Newton , Martin Livings , Lee Battersby , Paul Haines , Steven Cavanagh and Kaaron Warren . [2] Shadowed Realms gained professional status from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) in 2005 [3] and was nominated for the Best Collected Work Ditmar Award in 2006. [4] [5]

Brimstone Press also published HorrorScope: The Australian Dark Fiction Web Log , a news and review webzine . In December 2006, Brimstone Press moved into book publication. [6] [7] Among their published anthologies are Shadow Box and the Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror series.

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