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Old 11-06-2012, 12:19 AM   #6
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a pulp-y horror title - The Flesh Eaters by LA Morse - $1.91 this week at FW

The Flesh Eaters by LA Morse is new at Fictionwise, and with the 15% new discount and 55% coupon this week, it works out to $1.91. Also available at BN and Amaz, but costs more there.

Links: FW BN Amaz


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Cannibalistic cave dwellers. Huge, terrifying clans roaming the moors, seeking out human flesh to rend and consume. It sounds like the horrors of prehistoric savages, but it falls well within recorded history of civilized men. The first half of the fifteenth century saw savagery and fear that erased the line between man and beast. Just eight miles east of the modern city of Edinburgh, Sawney Bean and his murderous family prowled the Scottish coasts, robbing travelers and consuming their victims. "Stick? stock? stuck. You've run out of luck. Kill... kill? kill. We eat our fill," they chant as they descend upon their prey. There's little the community can do but be hunted. This horrifying tale of nightmare-inducing monsters--inspired by true events--comes into stark reality in THE FLESH EATERS, an imaginative novel by Edgar Award winning author L.A. Morse. Beware, any readers faint of heart. It's those soft hearts that are the tenderest meat.

LA Morse also wrote three pulp-y mysteries, now available in ebook, that work out to the same price at FW this week. One of them, The Old Dick, won the 1982 Edgar Award for Best Paperback and was a finalist for the 1982 Shamus Award for Best Paperback. Thread with links here.
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