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Posts Tagged ‘nature is revolting’

Guy N. Smith – Carnivore

Posted by demonik on June 24, 2020

Guy N. Smith – Carnivore (Arrow, 1990)

Blurb:
“Those who kill the animals which abound on my lands shall forfeit their own lives …’
The first victim to die on the Corby estate is a starving poacher, condemned to a terrible end by both man and beast.
He is not the last.
The mad Earl of Corby’s ancient law has been repealed and blood sports are to be allowed once more on the land. But, the pact with Nature broken, the wildlife turn on their killers. Savage, predatory and murderous, they seek and take revenge on the flesh and blood of those who dare to defy the Corby Curse ….

 

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Guy N . Smith – Alligators

Posted by demonik on June 12, 2020

Guy N . Smith – Alligators (Arrow, 1987)

Blurb:

Freeing the alligators from the reptile zoo is the very last gesture of defiance by two Animal Rights activists. For, horrifying, the primeval monsters turn on their liberators with savage fury.

Now they have tasted human flesh – they want more. Hiding in the river, they mutilate and devour their unwary victims. Poachers, campers, illicit lovers, straying children … the appalling daily toll of victims increases.

Now men and reptiles must match their strength and cunning in a bloody battle for survival – or death.

 

 

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Richard Lewis – Spiders

Posted by demonik on August 25, 2017

Richard Lewis – Spiders (Arrow, 1987)

Blurb:

The Kentish countryside was bathed in golden autumn sunshine. All around lay peace and tranquillity.
Maybe it was too peaceful, too ominously quiet, but who’d complain about that?
Certainly not old Dan Mason, energetically tugging out weeds in his farmhouse garden.
What he’d uncovered there didn’t alarm him.
But it should have. For he’d just released a seething army of death . .

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