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Crick City is a small hick town. Violent, mean, and dirt-poor, it's a place nobody wants to call home.

But for homicide cop Phil Straker, it is home. And now someone—or something—is turning his boyhood town into a bloody sideshow of mutilation and gruesome carnage.

They're called Creekers. Centuries old, driven by rage and lust for revenge, they move through the deep, dark woods—deformed, shadowy outcasts with twisted faces and blood red eyes. Now, as the moon hangs low over their ancient house, they're gathering for a harvest of terror and death Crick City will never forget....

©1994 Lee Seymour (P)2022 David N. Wilson

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  • 15-06-22

poorly written horror smut

parts where well written but the whole book is pretty much overly sexual horror smutt and the ending is the biggest middle finger i have gotten in a long time from a book

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  • 30-05-22

Great Edward Lee audiobook

the story is really engaging and interesting and gruesome and gross. great narration, if you like Edward Lee this is a must..

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  • 02-04-22

it was great!

A classic for any Edward Lee fans! The narrator fit perfectly for this kind of story.