Fiends

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An artist whose religious-inspired works utilize various materials. A tattooed man who quests to reclaim his art. An ice cream man who is more than just a vendor of sweet treats. What do these characters have in common?

Their stories, which first appeared on the FiendMaster's website, have been compiled here to create Fiends, Volume I.

Canvas - What is more important? The art, or the medium used to create the ...

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Overview

An artist whose religious-inspired works utilize various materials. A tattooed man who quests to reclaim his art. An ice cream man who is more than just a vendor of sweet treats. What do these characters have in common?

Their stories, which first appeared on the FiendMaster's website, have been compiled here to create Fiends, Volume I.

Canvas - What is more important? The art, or the medium used to create the art? Where does inspiration come from? Canvas discusses a dark inspiration for the creation of works the artist considers "holy."

Tattoo - Scars. They remind us who we are, what we are and where we have been. But when a scar takes away your identity, what would you do to get it back? Jackson, a journalist in Houston, discovers links between several murders that have taken place in his city. His investigation draws him into the world of body art where he discovers an obsession worth killing for.

Closet Treats - Reality is a slippery slope for Trey Leger. He's managed to carve out a somewhat normal existence in spite of his mental illness. But when an ice cream truck starts making the rounds of his neighborhood, Trey can no longer tell reality from his delusions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936960019
  • Publisher: Blue Moose Press
  • Publication date: 4/18/2011
  • Pages: 324
  • Product dimensions: 0.73 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Posted May 13, 2011

    Good Old Fashioned Thrillers

    Paul Cooley is bringing back old school style thriller stories. Three wonderfully creepy stories creep you out and have you coming back for more. If you like to be on the front wave of up and coming writers, this is your ticket. I've given up reading Stephen King . .. but await the next story from Mr. Cooley with great anticipation.

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