The Damnation Game

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Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1985 - Horror tales, English - 374 pages
Marty Strauss is offered parole and becomes the bodyguard of one of the richest men in Europe.

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Barker knows how to write creepy stuff. More importantly, his stories are not just attempts at seeing how high the gore-factor can be pumped; he finds a way to inject some morale truths and enough ... Read full review

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“Hell is reimagined by each generation. Its terrain is surveyed for absurdities and remade and, if necessary, reinvented to suit the current climate of atrocity; its architecture is redesigned to ... Read full review

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