Bed of Nails - Michael Slade Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451411153 / Genre: Horror / Author: Michael Slade / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2003-11 by Onyx Books
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Michael Slade Bed of Nails
Pages: 448, Mass Market Paperback, Onyx Books
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by - written on 13/05/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Bed Of Nails is the tenth Michael Slade novel in the Special X series and takes us right back to one of their earlier titles, Ripper, by featuring the villan of that piece in a cameo role. The Ripper now languishes in an asylum for the criminally insane from whence there can be no escape, but that doesn't mean he can't plot and scheme between visits in his head back to Victorian London; where he revisits the crimes he believes he committed as the notorious Spring-heeled Jack. The main focus of his schemes and fantasies of revenge? Inspector Zinc Chandler of Special X; the man Ripper solely believes is responsible for his incarceration..... Cue a flashback for ... Read the complete review
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