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Grave Markings by Michael Arnzen
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Grave Markings

by Michael Arnzen

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One of the smartest stories I've ever read! This book takes you deep into the world of tattoos and holds you there--in suspense--througout. I felt that the characters were well defined, and the story rich in depth. Hell, I actually wanted to get a tattoo after reading it! I didn't, but it was tempting. The inside world of that craft is amazing and Mike really brings it to the front.

I am a big fan of his horror shorts and poetry, but I hope Mike graces us with another meaty novel like this one (and Play Dead). ( )
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The 20th Anniversary Edition of this award-winning 1994 horror novel includes bonus "tattoo" stories, articles related to the history of the title, and a secret weblink to an online media scrapbook. See also +Grave Markings+
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psychopath of art
i color my brain in ink
your death comes to me
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