Slob

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E-reads/E-rights, Jul 31, 2003 - Fiction
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Stephen King hails Rex Miller as terrifying and original. Slob is his debut novel, the story of a man who thinks of himself as Death. A man who likes to feast on human hearts, spilling blood wherever he goes. Jack Eichord is the detective who must hunt this human monster and genius killer. Years of working as a homicide detective for the Chicago Police department has hardened Eichord to things that would make most men turn and flee. But even he is not prepared for the labyrinthine search underground, as he trails the killer and his hostages through the sewer system of the city. Eichord thinks that he is beginning to understand the diabolical man and his patterns of violence...but can he guess the next victim in time, before it is too late for the woman he loves?
  

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Review: Slob (Chaingang #1)

User Review  - Pianoforte - Goodreads

***My review contains spoilers*** Firstly the kindle edition is a poor transfer. Huge amounts of distracting typo's and an annoying hyperlink back to the main title screen at the end of each chapter ... Read full review

Review: Slob (Chaingang #1)

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Sick ... Twisted ... Brilliant !!! Read full review

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Contents

Ed and Edie Lynch
3
Jack Eichord Reformed drunk
10
Sylvia Kasikoff
17
Edith Emaline Lynch
25
Lee Anne Lynch
38
Chaingang
49
Jack Eichord meets
58
Winslow Charles Maitland II
68
Eichord in the spotlight
106
Eichord the hero
119
Need to know
130
Below
136
Leroy and Albert
150
The Flames
156
Chaingang and the flames
170
Jack Elchord and Chaingang
180

Chaingang
78
Jack and Edie
91
Edie and Daniel
98
Rex Miller
189
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Rex Miller (Round Rock, Texas) is Professor Emeritus of Industrial Technology at the State University of New York College at Buffalo where he taught technical curriculums at the college level for more than 40 years. Dr. Miller authored or co-authored more than 100 texts for vocational and industrial arts programs.

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