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“The Fleshless Man wants to kill me,” his mother said.
Curtis never enjoyed the cool, oppressive atmosphere of his childhood home, and that atmosphere is even worse when he returns as an adult. His mother is dying, and her illness seems to infect everyone around her: Curtis’s brother has developed a nervous habit that might indicate more serious problems; the attending nurse exhibits puzzling, possibly sinister behavior; and Curtis himself suffers from nightmares and uncharacteristic dark thoughts.
It’s as if the house itself wants his mother to die more quickly–and it will achieve that goal however it can.
Even if it must inspire Curtis to imagine harming his own mother.
Even if it must summon the intervention of a strange entity called the Fleshless Man.
About Norman Prentiss
NORMAN PRENTISS won the 2010 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Long Fiction for INVISIBLE FENCES, published by Cemetery Dance (www.cemeterydance.com). He also won a 2009 Stoker for his short story, “In the Porches of My Ears,” published in POSTSCRIPTS 18. His latest books are THE FLESHLESS MAN from Darkfuse, and FOUR LEGS IN THE MORNING, a collection of three linked stories from Cemetery Dance. Other fiction has appeared in BLACK STATIC, COMMUTABILITY, TALES FROM THE GOREZONE, DAMNED NATION, BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR, THE YEAR’S BEST DARK FANTASY AND HORROR, and in four editions of the SHIVERS anthology series. His poetry has appeared in WRITER ONLINE, SOUTHERN POETRY REVIEW, Baltimore’s CITY PAPER, and A SEA OF ALONE: POEMS FOR ALFRED HITCHCOCK.
Visit him online at www.normanprentiss.com