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Rancid Eggs: Bite-sized Horror for Easter

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From the Authors of Devil's Night and the publishers of The Little Book of Harm, comes Rancid Eggs, a collection of bite-sized horror stories for Easter.

Delve into Rancid Eggs: Bite-sized horror for Easter and join an orgy of chocolate and bunnies, celebrating what Easter is really about... copious amounts of gore, excess, and humping, glorious, glorious humping.

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Published April 14th 2019 by Pugnacious Press
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Joe Donley
Jul 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: horror, short-stories
Holy shiv! This was all kinds of messed up. Definitely worth checking out if you're looking for some serious shocks. Oh my goodness! I will never look at bunnies in the same way again. They are to be feared!
Mark Young
May 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Just when you thought it was safe to go egg hunting at Easter along comes Rancid Eggs - another horrifying holiday-inspired collection of drabbles, flash fiction and short stories.

If you thought things couldn’t get any darker and more horrific than Poisoned Candy and Devil’s Night then think again. Horror duo Bailey and Pilgrim dig deep into their debauched souls to bring us tales beyond anything they’ve published before. This book comes with trigger warnings and quite rightly so. This hilarious
Christina Eleanor
Mar 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
Rancid Eggs is a delectable collection of drabbles and short stories perfect for your rotten little heart! Pippa and Myk once again deliver tasteless bunny horror that is hysterical! I found it to be a fast read because I could not put the book down. The posters between the stories made me laugh and cringe all at the same time! There were so many I liked, that I can not name just one story as a favorite. You never know what kind of story will come from their demented minds. Myk and Pippa definit ...more
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Myk Pilgrim is a horror writer, or at least that's what he likes to tell people.

He lives in a town just north of the wall, where he spends his time sharing cappuccinos with his inner demons, binge-watching horror movies with equally demented writing partner and significant other Pippa Bailey, shaving his head, annoying the locals, and generally just counting down the days until Halloween.
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