The Fever Kill by Tom Piccirilli

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Crease is going back to his quaint, quiet hometown of Hangtree. It’s where his father, the sheriff, met ruin in the face of a scandal involving the death of a kidnapped little girl and her missing ransom. It’s where Crease was beaten, jailed, and kicked clear of the town line ten years earlier. The town still has a taste for his blood and secrets it wants to keep. Crease has a single hope; a raw and raging fever driving him toward the truth that might just burn him up along the way.

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Tom Piccirilli lives in Colorado where, besides writing, he spends an inordinate amount of time watching trash cult films and reading Gold Medal classic noir and hardboiled novels. He's a fan of Asian cinema, especially horror movies, pinky violence, and samurai flicks. He also likes walking his dogs around the neighborhood. Are you starting to get the hint that he doesn't have a particularly active social life? Well to heck with you, buddy, yours isn't much better. Give him any static and he'll smack you in the mush, dig? Tom also enjoys making new friends. He's the author of seventeen novels including The Cold Spot, The Midnight Road, The Dead Letters, A Choir of Ill Children, and Headstone City. He's a four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award and a final nominee for the World Fantasy Award and the International Thriller Writers Award. To learn more, check out his official website, Epitaphs, at
Published August 28, 2010 by Crossroad Press & Macabre Ink Digital. 208 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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An undercover narc named Crease is dragging a trainload of baggage, psychic and corporeal, as he heads home to Hangtree, Vt.

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