Stranger by Simon Clark

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The small town of Sullivan has barricaded itself against the outside world. It is one of the last enclaves of civilization and the residents are determined that their town remain free from the strange and terrifying plague that is sweeping the land—a plague that transforms ordinary people into murderous, bloodthirsty madmen. But the transformation is only the beginning. With the shocking realization that mankind is evolving into something different, something horrifying, the struggle for survival becomes a battle to save humanity.
 

About Simon Clark

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Simon Clark, described as "one of the most exciting British Simon Clark, described as "one of the most exciting British horror writers around," is the author of numerous novels, inhorror writers around," is the author of numerous novels, including The Fall, Darker and Blood Crazy. He was awarded thecluding The Fall, Darker and Blood Crazy. He was awarded the British Fantasy Award for his short story "Goblin City Ligh British Fantasy Award for his short story "Goblin City Lights" and for his novel Night of the Triffids, which continuedts" and for his novel Night of the Triffids, which continued where John Wyndham's original novel left off. where John Wyndham's original novel left off.
 
Published April 4, 2011 by 47North. 426 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Although chasing bail jumpers keeps Keye and her hacker sidekick Neil in modest money, hunting down the deranged psychopath the Atlanta papers have dubbed the Wishbone Killer is just Keye’s piece of pie.

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The Guardian

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Twice a Stranger: How Mass Expulsions Forged Modern Greece and Turkey by Bruce Clark Granta £20, pp274 Bruce Clark's book is about the massive population exchanges that took place between Greece and Turkey in the early 1920s.

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Publishers Weekly

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It begins as a tale of Sullivan, a small town protected from apocalyptic disaster by dint of its isolation and the protection of outsider Greg Valdiva.

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“Is that so surprising, with things for that family so bleak?

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Voodoo and other western systems of magic are all tied up with the relationship between magic, blood (and its analog, sea water) and cold iron.

Jun 12 2011 | Read Full Review of Stranger

Las Vegas Review Journal

Mayweather, accompanied by his bodyguards, showed up at Surrender nightclub (Encore) on Wednesday for the weekly "Surrender Your Wednesday" industry party.

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LA Times

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Strindberg meets Rod Serling in the Ghost Road Company’s “Stranger Things,” a spooky tale of an estranged son’s homecoming, now at the Atwater Village Theater.

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