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The Folks by Ray Garton
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May 07, 2011

really liked it
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Ray's novels always incorporate a dose of weird and strange with horror and sex. I own this in a Limited Cemetery Dance edition and thought why not. The story unfolds on the day of Halloween, and one boys finds himself invited to a powerful and influential family lair in most unconventional way. He's offered a opportunity that if he refuses will meet with a devastating occurrence. That family, 'The Folks' are shall we say, in Ray sort of way, are not abstaining type from enjoyment of the flesh and like to keep it in the family. The strange thing is they speak of the soul and God and religious teachings but take a look in the mirror.The ride is dark short ride of horror not for kids. (130pages)
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