Skin Medicine

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An unspeakable evil is stalking the territory. Civil war veteran and bounty hunter Tyler Cabe, who is tracking a merciless murderer, must find a way to battle something beyond the imagination of living man.
"Tim Curran goes hell-bent for leather in this supernatural thriller set in the Wild West, and he scores a big, bloody bullseye. Writing in the rich language of a Dark Angel on hell brewed whiskey, Curran gives us the scariest beasts ever to fork legs over a horse. Skin ...
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Overview

An unspeakable evil is stalking the territory. Civil war veteran and bounty hunter Tyler Cabe, who is tracking a merciless murderer, must find a way to battle something beyond the imagination of living man.
"Tim Curran goes hell-bent for leather in this supernatural thriller set in the Wild West, and he scores a big, bloody bullseye. Writing in the rich language of a Dark Angel on hell brewed whiskey, Curran gives us the scariest beasts ever to fork legs over a horse. Skin Medicine is a wild ride into the Dark Frontier". Randy Chandler Author of Bad Juju
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Randy Chandler
Tim Curran goes hell-bent for leather in this supernatural thriller set in the Wild West, and he scores a big, bloody bulls-eye. Writing in the rich language of a Dark Angel on hell-brewed whiskey, Curran gives us the scariest beasts ever to fork legs over a horse. Skin Medicine is a wild ride into the Dark Frontier.
author of Bad Juju
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780980606515
  • Publisher: Severed Press
  • Publication date: 6/25/2009
  • Pages: 276
  • Sales rank: 1,242,331
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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  • Posted August 23, 2009

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    SKIN MEDICINE is a fast-paced and entertaining western horror thriller

    In 1882, former confederate soldier turned bounty hunter, Tyler Cabe, has come to Whisper Lake in the Utah Territory in search of a gruesome serial killer, the Sin City Strangler who brutally murders prostitutes. The bounty hunter is unhappy to learn the town's sheriff is former Union soldier Captain Jackson Dirker who committed atrocities against POWs including Cabe.

    Also coming to town by wagon is James Lee Cobb, who rides inside a coffin. He and his minion brutally massacre the townsfolk of the nearby mining town Sunrise. Cobb has the Skin Magic power of the Indians enhanced by the curse of the Wendigo. In Whisper Lake he begins his murder spree as the two Civil War enemies who do not trust one another must unite if they want Deliverance stopping the invincible killer from hell before a second town is eradicated.

    SKIN MEDICINE is a fast-paced and entertaining western horror thriller that hooks the audience with the opening coach scene that has some nods towards Stoker. The graphic gory story line is fast-paced yet contains a strong fully developed cast, especially the good (Cabe), the bad (Dirker), and the ugly (Cobb); which leads to the reader anticipating a paranormal High Noon in Whisper Lake.

    Harriet Klausner

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