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by Rick Magers
Category: Dark Fantasy
Description: A word of warning from The Grizz before you take this book home to read. Somewhere in these 8 stories you will find some of the people that you see every day. I have simply lifted their mask to reveal the person beneath who is capable of committing acts that until they happen, you will not believe it possible. Almost everyone who met Ted Bundy considered him a charming and affable fellow, even the women--UNTIL. If you decide to buy it anyway, then don't forget to lock your windows and doors before beginning the book. If you have a Rottweiler or Doberman outside--bring it inside.
eBook Publisher: Grizzly Bookz Publishing, 2004 Grizzly Bookz Publishing
eBookwise Release Date: December 2004
5 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [270 KB]
Reading time: 177-248 min.
"When my colleagues said that Rick was well enough to be released, I did not agree, but signed anyway. After reading the copy of Dark Angels that he sent me I knew it was a mistake to release him."--Dr. Dumbado Uzwhonemah, Psychiatric evaluator.
On Saturday she sat quietly at the Japanese table that John had arranged in front of the fireplace. His instructions were, "Do not say a word until I have brought the demons forth." She had become accustomed to following his lead without thought or debate; he was her friend--lover--mentor. She silently watched as he lit the many candles that were positioned around the room and on the table that she sat cross-legged in front of . When he sat on the carpet across from her and reached his hands out, she took them.
"Oh mighty Beelzebub," he began in a hushed and haunting voice, "ruler of the darkness, prince of the damned, sovereign over mankind's demons. We call on you to present yourself to us that we might understand your wishes. You have sent your emissaries to this young woman. She wishes to speak to you so that she might understand your desires mighty Satan; master of the underworld." He squeezed her hands then nodded and said quietly, "Speak to him."
"Please help me," was all she could say at first. When she saw the candles on the small table flickering, she glanced around the room. All of the other candles were flickering too and suddenly she had a strong feeling that they were being watched. She turned her head in all directions to see if someone had entered their apartment.