Primal Scream: Scream If You Want, Live If You Can - Michael Slade Reviews
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by - written on 23/04/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Shrink, now re-published under it's presumably American title- Primal Scream- in it's latest edition, is the last of the Michael Slade novels written by the original author team of Canadian Lawyers that carved a name for themselves in the eighties and nineties for slick horror thrillers. It picks up a story arc begun in Slade's very first collaboration and returns to a series of events that never really reached a satisfactory conclusion. Though the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have long thought the Head Hunter case closed, Slade fans have always known there were were still plenty of loose ends not resolved. This is the book then, that Slade never intended to write but . Read the complete review
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