Wildest Dreams by Norman Partridge
A Horror Novel (Subterranean Press Short Novel)

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A signed hardcover edition by the author of the Jack Baddalach suspense novels, and SLIPPIN'INTO DARKNESS, which Stephen King called, "quite simply, a five-star book."

About Norman Partridge

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Norman Partridge's first novel, "Slippin' into Darkness, " was heralded as "nitro-laced, in-your-face fiction" "(Locus)." His short fiction has made regular appearances in the "year's best" anthologies for suspense, mystery, and horror. A collection of short stories, "Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales, " won the Bram Stoker award. Another collection of short fiction, "Bad Intentions, " was a World Fantasy nominee. A pair of supercharged suspense novels, "Saguaro Riptide" and "The Ten-Ounce Siesta, " followed from Berkley Prime Crime in 1997 and 1998. Partridge has worked in libraries and steel mills. He loves rock 'n' roll, drive-in movies, and old paperbacks where the bad guys get away with murder.
Published July 13, 2011 by Cemetery Dance Publications. 240 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Clay Saunders is a hired killer who sees ghosts. The realm of the dead touches him more deeply than the equally pained world of the living, which he finds inhabited by people with little humanity. The

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