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Jory Sherman – Satan’s Seed

Posted by demonik on June 1, 2009

Jory Sherman – Satan’s Seed (New English Library, 1979)

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Something evil stalked the peaceful valley, dredged up from the fires of Hell.

“When Sam Hinton took some ranch-hands to investigate – he found the steaming remains of his prize bull scattered over several yards of turf  ….”

Thanks to Nightreader for providing the scan and blurb.

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One Response to “Jory Sherman – Satan’s Seed”

  1. Wow, that looks like one of those Dennis Wheatley books that used to appear with regularity all through the 70’s. Don’t book covers these days seem boring by comparison? Philip K. Dick used to complain about the “peeling eyeball” covers on his books but I rather treasure the first and second editions I own with those gaudy jackets. Great of you to let us see these old books and provide a venue for the weird, crazy visions they offered…

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