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Lee Killough


ISBN: 978-0-986-74333-7


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Copyright 2010 by Lee Killoughl

Cover art by Michelle Lee Copyright 2011

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Tuesday, April 3


The victim had been a young man with thick dark hair and brown eyes, possibly good looking, once well dressed. His death changed all of that. The mauling of his face left just one eye intact, and dislocated his jaw so that it gaped open as though in a last desperate scream. Below it, from neck to groin, his polo shirt, leather blazer, and trousers had been shredded on the way to ripping open his belly. Beneath the blind stare of empty windows he lay in the rubbish, weeds, and charred fragments of beams littering the gutted warehouse...draped with the bloody tatters of cloth, flesh, and half-eaten loops of entrails.

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