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Posted on 3 Apr 2012 01:30:46 BDT
Check out
The Temptation of Steven McDonald
by Wes Williams in UK Kindle store
new British crime (short sharp shocks) - great thriller

Posted on 3 Apr 2012 19:30:23 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 11 Apr 2012 02:52:22 BDT
L. coleman says:
I found Chis Carters books quite gory,but excellent writing,now top of my favorites.

Posted on 12 Apr 2012 08:54:06 BDT
Have you tried any books by Shaun Hutson? I find his books gory. Lucy's Child is a good one to start with as there is a lot of gore in there.

Posted on 15 Apr 2012 01:06:11 BDT
http://tiny.cc/s6b8aw

Posted on 28 Apr 2012 09:07:17 BDT
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Posted on 10 May 2012 12:09:05 BDT
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I recommend my two books, SURVIVOR SURVIVOR and NEMESIS [[ASIN:B007- BV2CKW NEMESIS]] - both a good gory read!!!

Philip Shapiro

Posted on 12 May 2012 15:58:38 BDT
Babel-Fish says:
Try The Last Werewolf some gore in it along with a delve into the human condition.

In reply to an earlier post on 12 May 2012 18:25:32 BDT
LEP says:
Ashes to Ashes - Tami Hoag

Posted on 13 May 2012 13:42:55 BDT
Stuart MacBride: Flesh House stands out for me in the Logan McRae series- think Taggart with gore and then some more

In reply to an earlier post on 13 May 2012 16:04:32 BDT
James Oswald says:
Agreed - Flesh House is one of the few books I've had to put down for a while and go outside. Full disclosure - Stuart is a friend and I was reading a first draft MS.

In reply to an earlier post on 16 May 2012 12:14:41 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 16 May 2012 15:14:41 BDT
sweetie72 says:
serial killers uncut and other books by blake crouch and gang you wont be disappointed! :)

Posted on 16 May 2012 17:39:58 BDT
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Posted on 16 May 2012 19:14:21 BDT
Wammylammy says:
oooh, thank you. Have just ordered some.......a LOT of these :)

In reply to an earlier post on 16 May 2012 19:25:16 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 17 May 2012 23:46:45 BDT
These two will definitely make the cut:

Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk

The Origins of Disgust, Self-Hatred, and Hostility by Ken Leek

In reply to an earlier post on 18 May 2012 12:07:35 BDT
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Posted on 18 May 2012 14:37:19 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 19 May 2012 10:36:41 BDT
Garscadden says:
So you're a spammer and a self reviewer, nice one.

In reply to an earlier post on 19 May 2012 10:40:11 BDT
Last edited by the author on 19 May 2012 10:40:35 BDT
Garscadden says:
(Hmm, first post had a problem, then did publish)

Posted on 19 May 2012 10:50:44 BDT
Miss Baldwin says:
Try black and reedy by neil gouldingay not so gory but got a few twists

In reply to an earlier post on 19 May 2012 11:46:21 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 19 May 2012 13:35:43 BDT
Garscadden says:
Mrs Arnold - that was directed at A Wilson, who is spamming here, but also adds reviews of his own book. Normally a sign of... well something we should have low expectations of.

Posted on 19 May 2012 17:11:35 BDT
Three excited children tumbled out of the Harrison's family saloon, whooping and shrieking with delight. The clearing where John Harrison had parked was just off the quiet country road that led through the woods on the edge of the Weald; a warm morning sun dappled the woodland carpet of pine needles and twigs with spots of golden light, shimmying as the very slightest of breezes moved the branches. It really was a beautiful day.
"Hey, you lot!," Sally Harrison shouted. "Don't you run off now, unless you don't want a picnic," but it was too late - they were already fifty yards up a little track that led to another clearing, the two boys poking about in rabbit burrows and holes in tree trunks and the girl quietly looking for wild flowers.
"They'll be alright, love," John Harrison said with a chuckle. "I'll bet you they won't go too far away for fear of missing their beloved trifle."
He was just lifting the picnic hamper out to put on the blanket his wife had carefully spread out when a piercing scream came from the children's direction. Julia Harrison came tearing back along the track, pigtails flying, screaming "Daddy! Daddy! - come quick - it's horrible!"
The Harrisons caught the distraught child; Sally picked her up and talked to her soothingly.
"You stay here with Mummy," John said as he walked away. The boys stood, transfixed, gazing at a clump of bushes at the edge of the little clearing.
"What've we got here?," John said as he arrived - then he saw the body, half-hidden by leafy branches that had been carefully laid over the corpse. As far as he could see, it was a man; his throat was cut so deeply that the head was almost severed and the ears had been removed. John Harrison swayed, feeling his bile rise at the sight.
"C'mon, you guys," he said, grabbing the two lads and propelling them in the direction of the car. "We'd better ring the police."
Back at the car where Sally was still trying to comfort a sobbing Julia, he dialled 999 on his mobile.

NEMESIS A good, gory read! First in the series featuring Dr Judy Carstairs, Britain's answer to Patricia Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta!
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