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Scarecrow & The Madness
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984540873, Paperback)"What the authors and Blood Bound books have delivered is a double slice of horror very reminiscent of a grindhouse exploitation film or a hybrid graphic novel. The cover illustration is worthy of devotion whilst the stories themselves deliver exactly what is promised." - HellNotes
"The boogeymen that inhabit the pages of Scarecrow & The Madness come from no supernatural plane of existence. Instead, they come from the scariest place on earth: the human mind. These tales take place in our world with no hint of assistance from other worldly forces, which is what makes them both so wonderfully diabolical." -Patrick D'Orazio, Author of The Dark Trilogy
SCARECROW - It’s holiday weekend in the English Fens, the long weekend. The Gypsies are passing through and setting up camp in the nearby fields. Madge can’t understand all the fuss, can’t understand that gypsies are their own kind of people; people are just people. But Madge and her husband, Bernie, are about to learn something about people when they meet the Mulrones, and if they aren’t careful, it just might become the longest weekend of their lives.
All Tony wanted was to get out of Colorado, or even just to his house, before the storm hit. All Dan wanted was to quiet that little tickle in the back of his brain—the one he couldn’t quite itch without the help of a bottle—and keep things the way they were with his family. But when the biggest snow storm since the blizzard of 2003 brings these men together, nobody’s going to get what they want. And before the storm blows over, both men will be in a struggle for their lives, and sanity. Who will survive THE MADNESS?
"Suspenseful, bloody, and shocking, you will find yourself unable to put the book down until you’ve finally reached the end. The Madness will leave you breathless, angry and very wary of snowstorms and what they may bring." -Hellnotes review of The Madness
"Scarecrow and the Madness is a wonderful hybrid approach to publishing, the print version of one of those Creature Double-Features I recall so fondly from my youth." - Greogory L. Norris, Author of The Q Guide to Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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