Needles & Sins

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-Roses scented with bitter deception
-Oracles redolent in hidden redemption
-A body-mod-obsessed ingenue with an amputee fetish
-A demon gone soft on a bitter angel
-Dreamcatchers, an alternate Nativity with a pimp
-God and a non-compliant Mary
-Stupid Bitch the three-legged cat
-The secret explanation of how Germany almost won the war with the devil on their side
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Published by Necro Publications
Words: 93,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452451657
About John Everson

John Everson is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of the novels Covenant (Delirium Books, 2004) and Sacrifice (Delirium Books, 2007) which will both be released in mass market paperback from Leisure Books in 2008/2009. A Polish translation of Covenant was issued by Poland’s Red Horse Books as Demoniczne Przymierze in late summer 2007.

His short fiction has appeared in magazines like Space and Time, Dark Discoveries, Wicked Karnival, Red Scream, Black October and Grue, and in the anthologies A Dark and Deadly Valley, Kolchak: The Night Stalker Casebook, Dark Doorways, Cold Flesh, Damned: An Anthology of the Lost, In Delirium and the CD-ROM anthology Bloodtype, which includes an Everson-composed techno theme song. His short stories have also been translated and published in Polish and French. Much of his short fiction has been collected in three short story collections – Needles & Sins (Necro Publications, 2007), Vigilantes of Love (Twilight Tales, 2003) and Cage of Bones & Other Deadly Obsessions (Delirium Books, 2000). He is also the co-editor of the Spooks! ghost story anthology (Twilight Tales, 2004), and the founder of Dark Arts Books: www.darkartsbooks.com.

John lives near Chicago with his wife Geri, son Shaun, and Kiwi and Lem, his two avian “editorial assistants.”

For information on his fiction, art and music, visit John Everson: Dark Arts at www.johneverson.com.

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