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Robert Walker Berkley, August 2004, 23.95, 377 pp. ISBN 0425196933 Laura Graham caught her seven-year-old son Giles drinking the fluid and eating the marrow of her beloved cat's spinal column. When he reached adulthood he did similar awful things to people as well. In Portland Oregon, a black man was found guilty of killing his white wife and hiding her spinal column. FBI agent Darwin Williams doesn't believe that the man sitting on death row, ...
When FBI medical examiner Dr. Jessica Coran is called to Philadelphia to oversee a case involving a series of bizarre and literal poison pen murders in which the poison is etched into the skin of the victims in a loving and haunting poem, Jessica begins to piece the poetry together to solve the most bloodless crimes she has ever had to deal with. Without the usual mutilation murder, she is at first at a loss for why she has been called in until she lear...
There is a string of murders being committed. Bodies beind impaled by arrows, and their heads decapitated, and other anatomy cut off. It's Officer Lucas Stonecoat, and Dr. Meredyth Sanger's duty to catch the killers before they strike again. ...
Fire & Flesh
When an Asian/Indian largely forgotten Serpent God finds a home in Harry Shakir's abdomen, coiled around his spine, going from brain to penis, the 'family unit' finds itself self-sufficient in all things, including sex. However, it longs to join with its brother serpent, and in a wild effort to find and join with the Shakar, it must feed on humans to learn of its brother's whereabouts. It SMOKES people as people smoke camels! Literally causing spontan...
Berkley, Sept 2003, 23.95, 390 pp. ISBN 0425191702 Rather than harm his wife and child, Dr. Grant Kenyon and his alter ego “Phillip” moved out of his home in New Jersey and trolled I-95 for females. Once Grant snatched the innocent young woman, Phillip would take over and surgically cut the brain out and eat it. He believes that eating fresh human brains will increase his awareness and achieve cosmic consciousness. Grant is modeling his behavi...
Berkley, August 2002, 21.95,320 pp. ISBN 0425184927 FBI Agent and medical examiner Dr. Jessica Coran enjoys some downtime with Richard Sharpe, who resigned his position at Scotland Yard to become an FBI consultant. Their romantic interlude is interrupted when Appellate Judge Maureen DeCampe is abducted from an underground garage in Washington DC Jessica is put in charge of this political hot potato of a case. She immediately concludes that the ...
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