The Fear Is Spreading
In the third thrilling installment of Ray Garton's six-part Frankenstorm, a biological weapon is accidentally released during a killer hurricane--and one desperate woman is about to spread the word. . .
Even with a massive storm front threatening to devastate the California coast, Latrice Innes has no choice but to deliver a package to an address in Humbolt County. She has no idea what's in it but, considering she'll be paid two-thousand dollars for the delivery, it's probably illegal. As a jobless single mother, she'll do whatever it takes to get the money. But when she arrives at the home of her contact--and the lights go out in the storm--Latrice finds herself facing a much deadlier threat. An elderly man is waiting, biting and scratching like a deranged maniac. He's a test subject who escaped from a government lab. He's infected with a virus that's turned him into a raging biological weapon. And now Latrice is infected, too. . .
Praise For Ray Garton
"Scary. . .involving. . .mature and thoughtful." --Stephen King on Dark Channel
"Gripping, original, and sly." --Dean Koontz on Live Girls
"Ray Garton is, and always has been, one of horror fiction's great innovators."--F. Paul Wilson
"Garton never fails to go for the throat!" --Richard Laymon
"Garton has a flair for taking veteran horror themes and twisting them to evocative or entertaining effect." -- Publishers Weekly
"Razor-sharp and gut-punch brutal, Garton will scare you." --Mark Kidwell, Fangoria magazine
"Garton does not even know that there is top to go over." --Rick Kleffel, The Agony Column
"Ray Garton has consistently created some of the best horror ever set to print." --Cemetery Dance magazine