Wrong by Dennis. Cooper

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A collection of short stories that use death to probe the meaning in life introduces a man who abducts, molests, and murders young boys and a teenage rock band called Horror Hospital, among other grotesques.
 

About Dennis. Cooper

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Dennis Cooper is the author of the George Miles Cycle, an interconnected sequence of five novels that includes "Closer", "Frisk", "Try", "Guide", and "Period". His post-George Miles Cycle novels include "My Loose Thread", "The Sluts", which won France's Prix Sade and the 2005 Lambda Literary Award for Best Men's Fiction, and his most recent work, the highly acclaimed "God, Jr." He divides his time between Los Angeles and Paris.
 
Published January 1, 1992 by Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press. 165 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Even so, ``A Herd'' is a scary portrait of a killer, Ray Sexton, who abducts aimless boys (``stoned, standing or rocking from heels to toes in front of various backdrops'') and kills them: ``Ray loved being close to an almost dead body, smelling its haplessness, utilizing it as a lover.'' In the ...

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In the instant of uttering it, I become right squared, maybe even right factorial, logarithmically right — at any rate, really, extremely right, and really, extremely delighted about it.” Schulz is not just a quotable writer;

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He has an uncanny eye for the nasty metaphor: ``A boy's shaved head was just visible inside one end of a rolled-up carpet like the fruit of a Chapstick.'' Cooper's craftsmanship is undeniable, although he could be talking about himself when he has the narrator of ``Square One'' observe that ``the...

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