S. D. Hintz

Blood Orchard

2010/05/28 (First Published)

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Credits
Author S. D. Hintz
Publisher Black Bed Sheet Books
Cover Art by Nicholas Grabowsky
Editor Nicholas Grabowsky
Date
First Published 2010/05/28
Identifying Codes
ISBN 10 0984213678
ISBN 13 978-0-9842136-7-2
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 2010927132
Format Paperback
Publication Location Antelope, California, USA
Genre
Page Count / Font 296 pages
Language English
Original Language English
Notes Coren Raines has relocated to hell. Six-month-old triplets vanish a block from his house. His backyard sprouts the dead like a cursed cemetery. His panic room is a haunted tomb. And the more secrets he unearths, the more evidence there is to hide from a sheriff hell-bent on framing him. Summer 1993. Francine Heller fantasizes about prom dresses and romantic dances. Three bullies butcher her dreams into nightmares. When she is beaten and left for dead, vengeance bleeds from the town orchard to a barn of bottled screams. They say good things come in threes. They lied. "Don't expect pretty phrases from S. D. Hintz. No. The prose in BLOOD ORCHARD - raw and vivid - spits at you like a carbine. What you can expect is to be shocked and horrified ... and desperately intrigued." ~ Robert Dunbar, author of THE SHORE

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