Tell-Tales of Usher: Lady of Slaughter, Mistress of Dread, Chapter I [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Egyptian goddess Sekhmet, with an insatiable taste for human flesh, smells the blood still flowing within the pump of the circulatory systems of the throngs gathered so closely in antebellum Boston, reeking so of blood that the perfume ignites her killing frenzy. Are the Ushers powerful enough to stop her murderous rage and send her back to the deep pockets of eternity whence she came?

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Tell-Tales of Usher: Lady of Slaughter, Mistress of Dread, Chapter I

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Overview

The Egyptian goddess Sekhmet, with an insatiable taste for human flesh, smells the blood still flowing within the pump of the circulatory systems of the throngs gathered so closely in antebellum Boston, reeking so of blood that the perfume ignites her killing frenzy. Are the Ushers powerful enough to stop her murderous rage and send her back to the deep pockets of eternity whence she came?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033177028
  • Publisher: Wakefield Stowell
  • Publication date: 4/12/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 423,569
  • File size: 121 KB

Meet the Author

Wakefield Stowell is the belated product of animal copulation abetted by the highest of human aspirations. Embedded deep with-in the twentieth century, he possesses a medieval mind and undiminished awe at the wonders of 19th century technology. He is a scrivener and surface scratcher and has proposed erecting several bronze statues of himself mounted on a horse, to be paid for by public subscription.


Mr. Stowell likes bright colors and dull company. He is a resident of New England, a part of the country he regards as unfit for human habitation.

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  • Anonymous

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    Amazibg Amazing

    A beautifully written book in the true sense of Poe. He would have marvelled at the perfect balance of poetic remarks and dark trageties. Both the first and second books are a great read for those who like otherworldly sins and intense detail.

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