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Bed Of Nails (edition 2003)

by Michael Slade

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Title:Bed Of Nails
Authors:Michael Slade
Info:Onyx (2003), Paperback, 448 pages
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From deep within the high-security ward of a mental hospital, the Ripper plots revenge against Inspector Zinc Chandler. When Chandler responds to a bizarre murder at a hotel in Vancouver - a Hollywood producer suspended upside down like the Hanged Man card in a tarot deck, with a crown of nails hammered into his head - the Mountie becomes enmeshed in a deadly battle with the most implacable of psychotic enemies.

To solve that murder and the horrific killings that follow at the foot of Maltby Cemetery's Thirteen Steps to Hell and Ted Bundy's house, Chandler must look back in time to 1888, when London was terrorized by its own demented Ripper, and into the weird world of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos.

His search takes him from a high-speed car chase with guns blazing in the streets of Vancouver to the fantasy realm of the Goths at the World Horror Convention in Seattle to a nail-biting climax in the Kingdom of Bones on the cannibal island of Tangaroa in the South Pacific, where Survivor is the game and Chandler an unwilling contestant.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0451411153, Mass Market Paperback)

Isolated in the Riverside Insane Asylum is the Ripper. He believes he's the notorious butcher who terrorized Whitechapel more than a century ago. In the black hole of his imagination he reenacts the crimes. In the darkness of his heart he still craves the thrill of the kill. Thank God he can't escape. Unfortunately, in Riverside, there is no God...

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:38:12 -0400)

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