Serial killer Frank Haid, dubbed the Painkiller by Chicago police and media, murders 18 people - all paralytics. Commanded by an unseen presence that he calls ''Father'' and that speaks in the voice of an uncle whose rotting corpse he keeps in the living room, Haid destroys his victims (what's left of them) and evidence in a way that puzzles police. Hardest hit are residents of Marclinn, a home for the handicapped, where survivors decide they must track down the madman themselves.
"Writing was Good..."
From Chicago Horror author Wayne Allen Sallee comes this collection of zombie stories, told in the way only Sallee can - brutal, stark, filled with pain.
"a little gruesome but quite good"