Could serial killers be victims of a communicable disease? Fifteen years ago, Joseph Miles was attacked by a serial child murderer. He was the only one of the madman’s victims to survive. Now he himself is slowly turning into a killer. He can feel the urges, the burning needs, getting harder and harder to resist. Can anything stop him—or cure him—before he kills the only woman he’s ever loved? Or before he infects someone else?
About the Author
Succulent Prey was Wrath James White’s Dorchester debut. His earlier books include: Teratologist, co-written with Edward Lee (Medium Rare Books, 2003), Poisoning Eros, co-written with Monica O’Rourke (3f Publications, 2003), Book of a Thousand Sins, a story collection (Two-Backed Books, 2005), and His Pain, a novella (Delirium Books, 2006). White was a former fighter, spending 9 years of his life fighting professionally.
Praise for Succulent Prey…
"This should definitely be on your reading list." —Shroud Magazine
"If you want to read something different from anything else you'll read this year, this is the book to read." —Fear Zone
"Succulent Prey reads like a roller coaster ride through Donner Pass sitting next to Jeffrey Dahmer with an engine fueled by Rob Zombie.... Never boring, always exciting and bristling with violent pleasures, White's sharp, cutting prose... pulls readers along until the bloody end." —Cementery Dance