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In the Eternal Dungeon, there are only two types of guards: skilled guards or dead guards. But one guard has been both.
Dungeon Guards is an alternate history series about nineteenth-century prison workers who seek love and companionship as they fight together against danger.
The series is part of the Turn-of-the-Century Toughs cycle.
As Barrett seeks to make sense of his surroundings, he must contend
with a would-be love-mate, a grumbling rebel, deadly enemies, and the challenge
of how to wield his expanded skills.
The Shining Ones. The Eternal Dungeon is filled with prisoners who shine like the sun.
¶ Publication note: The Shining Ones was originally published as a side novelette in the Eternal Dungeon series.
Shot. Usually, the prisoners of the Eternal Dungeon are at risk of dying. On this night, their guards face death.
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Turn-of-the-Century Toughs, a cycle of historical speculative fiction series that includes this series. This page includes resources such as a chronology of major political events in the cycle.
Bibliography for this series:
Masculinity, Crime, and Everyday Life in Victorian and Edwardian Times.
Works set in the world of The Eternal Dungeon (a companion series)
by other authors and artists.
The Awakening (Volume 1).
Underground (Volume 2).
Other stories in the series aren't yet written.
Next series in the Turn-of-the-Century Toughs cycle:
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