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Marx Thoreau, an FBI sketch artist and son of infamous serial killer Donald Bath, tries to help authorities identify the remains of a teenage girl found dead near the haunted barn of his childhood home... the place where he first learned of his father's propensity to use his victim's blood as paint. As Marx learns more about the eerie circumstances surrounding the young wo...more
Paperback, 202 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Pill Hill Press (first published June 30th 2011)
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Shedrick Pittman-Hassett
From my blog: http://serialdistractions.com

FBI sketch artist Marx Thoreau carries two secrets in his black little heart. First, he is the son of notorious serial killer Donald Bath. Bath killed over sixty people during his life in the small town of Stonewall, using his victims’ blood to enhance the reds of his beautiful, dark paintings. But more importantly, Marx must hide his obsession, and unrealized lust, for the corpses of beautiful women.

Marx discovers a new object of desire when he is call...more
Tara Fuller
Dark, witty, and beautifully written. Great story and unforgettable characters. Loved this book!
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Brian Ray grew up in Georgia and spent his college years in Columbia, where he toured old prisons by moonlight and learned to deal with paranoid schizophrenic relatives. He also drank a lot of coffee.

He earned his MFA from the University of South Carolina in '07 and stayed there a year to teach creative writing. Now he's working on his next novel while earning a PhD at UNC-Greensboro.

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