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Title:Slob
Authors:Rex Miller
Info:New Amer Library (Mm) (1987), Paperback
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Rex Miller’s Slob, the first in the Chaingang series, stars homicide detective Jack Eichord. This 1987 novel is a crime story, but given that it deals with a brutish, cannibalistic serial killer, Daniel Bunkowski, who weighs more than 400 pounds, this might also be classified as horror. It’s gory, it’s gruesome, and Stephen King is Miller’s “number one fan,” so don’t pick this one up unless you’ve got a strong stomach.

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Underneath the city, in the maze of its sewer system, lives a man whose insatiable appetite for carnage terrorizes a stunning widow. Rex Miller introduces the bestial Chaingang, one of the most malevolent predators in modern suspense fiction.

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