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“This finely written and sharply told tale is a strong example of modern horror…the kaleidoscope of peril keeps readers guessing and gasping."—Publishers Weekly
“Atkins’ fusion of fast-paced narration and surreal horror packs a large wallop…His continuously morphing and malevolent Moontown demon is memorable enough to rival Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger."—Booklist
“Atkins is a brilliant supplier of shudders and splendors.”—Clive Barker
FACT: When Stephen Lumby was being slaughtered he lost as much sweat induced by mortal terror, as he would have lost on a two-mile run.
FACT: Although the majority of Katharine Elizabeth Ferritti was found in a deserted hardware store, smaller pieces of her were still being discovered by sewer workers up to two months after her killing.
FACT: Lumby, Ferritti and ten other people were all murdered in the first eleven days of June. Their ages ranged from eight to sixty-one. In each case, on the available surface nearest to the body, scrawled in the victim's blood, was a single word:
Facts not released by the police: in each case, the cause of the death was rupture of the heart by a sharpened wooden stake; in each case the victim's mouth was stuffed with garlic.
- Category: Horror
- Published: Feb 12, 2016
- Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications
- Seller: Chizmar Enterprises, Inc
- Print Length: 298 Pages
- Language: English