Queer Horror


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  • Penance
  • Author: Rick R. Reed
  • Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
  • Year: 1993
  • 371 pages
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Tough, cynical Jimmy. Little T, who's fifteen and looks twelve. Avery, the overweight con artist. Young Miranda in lace and alcoholic hopes. Without homes, without families, they dwell in shadows cast by neon, the violent eddies of urban America. They trade their innocence for food, abuse their faded hopes. And then he comes among them, stalking...

He lives in the suburbs, in a house like any other. But he does not belong. It is their fault he has lost his wife, his family. Everything. Cruising Chicago's streets, he vows to clean the streets of them...

Jimmy makes a desperate pact - with a man of the cloth stained by his own sins. Together the street hustler and the priest search for the madman whose suburban basement has become a chamber of horrors, the terrifying home for those who have no home...

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