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When Victor Holycross commits an act of heinous sacrilege at the Festival of the Blessed Virgin, he unwittingly brings forth a curse that transforms his wife and daughter into living hair balls. To seek absolution and lift the hairy plague, a penance is given: the recovery of stolen religious relics.

With a time frame of forty days and forty nights and a bicycle as his sole
Kindle Edition, 252 pages
Published March 6th 2019 by A Blue Ape Production
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Victor Holycross has committed an act of sacrilege. Because of this, his wife and daughter have been cursed and transformed into living hairballs. Now he must pay his penance by collecting a set of holy relics with the help (and hindrance) of a one legged whore, an attack nun, and a talking dog with a belly full of stones.

If Dante's Inferno, The Wizard of Oz, and Monty Python's Life of Brian had a sacrilegious threesome it may look quite a bit like The
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Peter Caffrey is a writer of fiction with an absurdist leaning.

His novel, The Devil's Hairball , is currently available, with a new novella, The Butcher's Other Daughter, scheduled for publication later in 2019.

His work has appeared in Infernal Ink, Horror Sleaze Trash, Danse Macabre, Schlock!, Dark Dossier, Weird Mask, Close to the Bone, Literally Stories and Idle Ink, amongst others.

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