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The Criminalist
William Relling, Jr.
0843952784
Nov 2003
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Mourning the tragic death of his new bride and fearing he's lost his psychic abilities for good, self-proclaimed clairvoyant Kenneth Bennett takes a leave of absence from his position in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at St. Louis's Washington University, ostensibly for a relaxing road trip through California with his sister. Meanwhile, detective Rachel Siegel must find a serial killer ominously dubbed the Pied Piper, whose rampage has terrorized the small town of San Patricio, Calif. When a terrifying vision causes Ken to crash his car, landing him in the hospital, the pair cross paths, and Ken gives Rachel information that leads her to yet another victim's remains. Adding to the plot's already palpable suspense, Rachel is officially taken off the case, and Ken admits to having "faked" his powers in the past....


New Life for the Dead
Alan Rodgers
1587151057
Dec 1991
Paperback
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Book Description
"The thing about Rodgers is, he takes the horror -- and it's horrible, all right -- and turns it into the light just a little differently than you'd ever expect and from this angle you realize it's more tragic than horrid, more beautiful than hideous." -- Orson Scott Card / F&SF. New Life for the Dead is one of the best horror collections of the 1990s, and it features many of Rodgers' best short works, including his Bram Stoker Awardwinning novelet, "The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead."

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New Life for the Dead is one of the best horror collections of the 1990s, and it features many of Rodgers' best short works, including his Bram Stoker Award-winning novelet, "The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead." Highly recommended by Orson Scott Card in The Magazine of...


Along the Midway of the Carnival of Souls and Other Stories
William Relling, Jr.
1587152622
Sept 2002
Hardcover
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Book Description
Step right up to see the strange, the bizarre, the fantasmagorical . . . we promise all things weird and wonderful . . . and all for a single admission. Don?

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