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The Lost Slab Paperback – August 4, 2011
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Rick Kelsheimer lives in Southern Illinois with his wife Angela. He has five children, two grandchildren and two ill tempered lap dogs.
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It's kinda comical the way the female characters thought process goes, maybe that's why I can tell a man wrote it. Even still it was fun to read and had just enough spookiness in it to satisfy the horror lover in me and while it's not Stephen King gross there are some graphic parts but is to be expected with the nature of the killings.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, including all the little side stories it had. I hope the author decides to write a follow up on the main characters, in the end I think it's just begging for a sequel. Rick Kelsheimer did a fantastic job and has quite the imagination.
I fully recommend it.