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Archive for March 30th, 2010

John Llewellyn Probert – Wicked Delights

Posted by demonik on March 30, 2010

John Llewellyn Probert – Wicked Delights (Atomic Fez, March 2010)


At Midnight I Will Steal Your Soul
Special Offer
Daughter of the City
The Iconostasis of Imperfections
Size Matters
Recipe for Disaster
Best Man’s Speech
The Mirror of Tears
The Comeback Kid
Last Christmas
In Sickness and…
Two for Dinner
De Vermis Infestis
The Dispossessed
Your Help Needed Urgently!
The Volkendorf Exhibition
Some Must Suffer


The book that sucks the blood from children
The film that turns people into self-destructive sadomasochistic obsessives
The lunatic asylum that steals souls
The art exhibition of mutilated humanity … where the exhibits are still alive!

John Llewellyn Probert’s latest short story collection – containing 18 delicious selections – mixes the cruel with the carnal, the sadistic with the sexual, the erotic with the outrageous, to bring you tales of a cuckolded husband’s terrible revenge, the television channel where you can pay off your debts but at the worst price imaginable, the man willing to do anything to improve his chances of success with the ladies, a marriage guidance counsellor who goes to bloody extremes to prove her point, the woman who will do anything to keep her family, and a city made entirely from human bone. All of this, and the last Christmas ever, just to make things even more cheery

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