Ghoul - Michael Slade Reviews
Description:ISBN 0352321318 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Michael Slade / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 1988-09-15 by Star
Newest Review: ... one but several killers; firstly there is The Vampire Killer who harvests female hearts and ensanguines his victims; then ... more
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Michael Slade Ghoul
Pages: 416, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Star
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by - written on 19/03/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Ghoul is the second in Michael Slade's Special X series of novels and features a whole new cast of characters and only slight reference to events depicted in the first book. As such then, it can be read as a stand-alone novel or as the first book in the series easily enough with no previous experience of Slade required. Inspector Zinc Chandler is an officer with the RCMP working as a foreign liason with other Law Enforcement agencies. Currently back in native Canada and working on a drugs case, he begins to find his current investigation starting to get personal when one of his informants is killed in the midst of a takedown of a heavy metal Bikers gang known ... Read the complete review
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