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One Flesh (Southern Discomfort 5) by Ezekiel Kincaid

Ezekiel Kincaid

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How far would you go to take vengeance on what was stolen from you? Dr. James Kramer, head surgeon at Duke Hospital, will go beyond anyone's worst nightmare. He will teach his wife and her new lover what it means to be "One Flesh". 

Womanizer Thom Broussard is in his first year as a surgical resident at Duke Hospital, and he has his eyes and loins set on Rebecca Kramer, assistant nurse and wife to head surgeon Dr. James Kramer. With her marriage on the rocks, Rebecca is seeking comfort, solace, and a way of escape. 

But love always comes with a price, and Dr. James Kramer is ready to collect. Using his surgical skills, the good doctor teaches the new couple how to become one flesh. 

This IS NOT your average revenge story! Zeke takes his talent of writing emotionally charged characters with intense storytelling, and combines it with psychological torment and scenes of gore that will make you cringe. If you're a fan of Saw, Cape Fear, or The Skin I Live In, you don't want to miss this twisted tale from The Paranormal Pastor! 
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10/08/2023
Andy D.
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Sick and Twisted

Out of all the Southern Discomfort issues, this one is certainly the most twisted. And I loved it! Kincaid takes the "husband seeks revenge on wife's lover" and absolutely turns it on its head and gives his readers something original. This story isn't just all gore, though there is plenty of it. There are some moral, religious, and philosophical themes in play that are reminiscent of Saw (especially with the name Kramer, though what each one is after differs). And boy oh boy, there is a scene in this story that is sure to make every female cringe! Highly recommend!