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The Bone Factory (Leisure Fiction) by Nate Kenyon
Review by Andrew Brooks
Leisure Books Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780843962871
Date: 30 June 2009 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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Nate Kenyon fills the pages with dread and psychological angst in his new book The Bone Factory. David Pierce is desperate for a job after getting fired; his marriage is a little shaky from the stress he’s under, and he’s beginning to second guess himself while trying to avoid slipping into a major depression. A real-life horror story by anyone’s reasoning in today’s economic climate. If that were the only thing David faces before the last page is turned in Kenyon’s latest he’d be a lucky man. It’s actually getting the job that becomes his worst nightmare, and the events that unfold in a remote community in Canada are hellish indeed.

From official release/information:

From back of book: The biggest news in the small northern town of Jackson was the reopening of the local hydropower plant. Until the deaths. First a farmer was found horribly mutilated in his field. Then a little girl disappeared from her home. Deep in the woods a deputy came upon a chamber of horrors straight from a nightmare. And through it all, one child is haunted by visions of the mysterious "blue man," a madman who brings with him blood and pain and terror, a terror spawned by forces no one can understand.

(Source: Leisure Books)

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