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Stolen Seed

Tim Eagle's first Serial Killer Novella will shock, horrify, and mystify all in one read. Reviews state that Stolen Seed is: "Dirty descriptive," & "Eagle’s wonderfully edited descriptions of tawdry surrounding and the dregs of society who inhabit them, remind me of certain cringe-worthy scenes in a favorite film, “Sin City.”

Book Blurb:

Urban rot and small towns of shattered dreams are cornerstones in the world. Benson Rhoades, an aging serial killer, has tried to kill the rot, but needs to shake the anonymity of city life and find new challenges. After a kill, Ben stumbles on a faded business card, inspiring him to export his talent to a small town north of the City.

Despite the fertile grounds of the bucolic, tree-lined streets of Stevats, his primal killing instinct disappears mysteriously upon arrival. Driven to regain his talent and ambitions, Ben stumbles into a society of academia with deep, cultish undercurrents. He faces a choice: perform a task, or continue a life without his kill switch engaged.

Stolen Seed is a journey down the dysfunctional roads and trailer parks of Stevats, a place where just maybe the seeds of this serial killer are yet to sprout.

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