Ghoul

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Penguin Publishing Group, May 2, 1989 - Fiction - 386 pages
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The bodies were all the same. First they had been stripped naked. Then the blood had been drained from them while they were still alive. Then their hearts had been cut out. The police looked for a psycho killer. The press screamed that a vampire was loose.

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This was interesting. The villain is bad, the hero is, well, there. The horror and gore elements were pretty good, but the characters are a little flat, and there seemed to be a lot more of them than ... Read full review

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About the author (1989)

Michael Slade is pseudonym for Jay Clarke, a Vancouver-based trial lawyer specializing in cases for the criminally insane. As both defense and Crown counsel, he has been active in over one hundred murder cases. This background provides inspiration for his series of Special X thrillers. He is the author of six previous books, including Primal Scream, Evil Eye, Ripper, Cutthroat, Ghoul, Headhunter, and Burnt Bones.

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