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John Brosnan John Raymond Brosnan was an Australian writer of both fiction and non fiction works based around the fantasy and science fiction genres He was born in Perth, Western Australia, and died in South Harrow, London, from acute pancreatitis He sometimes published under the pseudonyms Harry Adam Knight, Simon Ian Childer both sometimes used together with Leroy Kettle , James Blackstone used together with John Baxter , and John Raymond Three not very successful movies were based on his novels Beyond Bedlam aka Nightscare , Proteus based on Slimer , and Carnosaur In addition to science fiction, he also wrote a number of books about cinema and was a regular columnist with the popular UK magazine Starburst.

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Worm
  • Simon Ian Childer
  • English
  • 19 March 2018
  • 9780586069455

10 thoughts on “Worm

  1. says:

    1988 Bart Books mass market, 189 pages Updated 5 29 16 After having been very impressed by Harry Adam Knight s Slimer last week, I immediately ordered a couple books of his I started reading this one right away upon it s arrival, and while it wasn t nearly on the same level as the aforementioned, it was still a decent little time waster.As opposed to the non stop horror of Slimer, Worm takes the form of a detective police procedural novel Various people in London are ending up dead, with their insides devoured by larger than normal parasitic worms Down on his luck, alcoholic private investigator Ed Causey is hired by the sister of one of the victims to get to the bottom of it all, and Causey soon uncovers a conspiracy involving local drug lords and a corrupt surgeon.Doesn t seem very scary, does it That s because it s not, really, though there is one worm that s slowly growing to gigantic proportions in the London Sewers one of the victims had thrown up in the toilet before dying Knight will...

  2. says:

    Crime, with occasional monster.In a well paced opening sequence, a woman dies in mid surgery as a three foot long tapeworm bursts out of her gut The victim s sister hires a private detective who s even slobbier than the norm, and we re off to the races.Of a mystery novel Y see, the worms barely appear in the rest of the book You ll get an occasional few pages with an attack or sequence, but it mostly focuses on the hard bitten detective fighting a very slimmed down mix of a Fu Manchu operation and a Call of Cthulhu rpg cult The worms mainly serve as a MacGuffin and if you need that term explained, Hitchcock does it in this videoBasically, imagine The Maltese Falcon if the narrative jumped to the Falcon every so often as it ate a dude.It s fun to watch the bad guys in action, though They use a lot of neat tricks to make no one suspect anything s going wrong.The politics in this book Well, they re really weird, but I don t how to judge them I ll have to pull back the curtain on the plot a little to discuss this.And as I do so, I will say black instead of African American, because everybody involved is British view spoiler The criminal organization seems incredibly stereotype a huge black man nicknamed Mule who has rarely consensual sex with white women for the dark skinned crime lord his ...

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