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Guy N. Smith – The Camp

Posted by demonik on June 18, 2009

Guy N. Smith – The Camp (Sphere, 1989)

Les Edwards

Les Edwards

Hi De Hi! meets James Herbert’s The Fog as blissfully unsuspecting holiday campers are used as guinea pigs for the new C551 drug and take to butchering one another in their chalets.

“A bit far fetched, even by GNS standards. A holiday camp becomes the site of bizarre mind control experiments”  concludes Vault’s tame GNS authority, funkdooby.

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Guy N. Smith – The Ghoul

Posted by demonik on June 8, 2009

Guy N. Smith – The Ghoul (Sphere, 1976)

Les Edwards

Les Edwards

Blurb

Two cars roar away into the darkness from the noisy brilliance of a party, on a race to Land’s End. But a few hours later inpenetrable fog brings them to a halt on a deserted moorrland road, and brings the occupants to the brink of an unspeakable fate. For nearby is a house of horror and death, a house which harbours a terrible creature which feeds on human flesh …. the ghoul.

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