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Meet Axel J. Hyde, assistant medical examiner by day and ruthless serial killer by night. 

Deeply traumatized at a young age when he narrowly escaped the clutches of a pedophile clown, his fear of rapists, stalkers, and and all those who feed on other's terror turned into a need for murder after his encounter with something he calls a Rider: an urging spirit that drives him to hunt down, kill, and dismember all those it deems worthy targets of its games. Because of this, Axel never had a real life: He feels empty and extraneous to human society. 

However, when a series of bizarre murders of ex-convicts hits his killing grounds, Axel begins to suspect that maybe he's not the only one hosting a bloodthirsty spirit that needs feeding. 

This remastered version of Jeffrey Kosh's first novel (published in 2012) has a different, expanded finale that will grip you down to its last blood-drenched moment.

©2017 Jeffrey Kosh (P)2018 Jeffrey Kosh

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Beware the Rider.

Feeding the Urge has been a favorite of mine since its original publishing in 2012. What makes this story truly magical is the mythology of “The Rider.” In the hands of a novice, this would be an easy tale to make sloppy. In the hands of a word surgeon like Kosh, it’s pure entertainment. The premise is simple enough to make other writers (myself included) wonder why they hadn’t thought of it. The execution of the idea could never have been told as well by others as it is by Kosh (again, myself included). To hear it come alive in audio book format is truly a treat.