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Pillowface by Kristopher Rufty
Pillowface by Kristopher Rufty
Pillowface by Kristopher Rufty

Pillowface by Kristopher Rufty

Kristopher Rufty

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Twelve-year-old Joel Olsen loves all things devoted to horror: Movies, comics, books, and of course his true passion, special effects. Being raised by his older sister Haley after the sudden death of their parents, Joel is in a world truly of his own. But at the launch of summer vacation Joel finds lying bloodied and near death in his backyard, a masked man that is the epitome of what he adores. A flesh and blood slasher maniac! When he invites the masked man into his home to recover from his wounds an unexpected friendship is born, but Joel quickly realizes he’s actually become involved in a true to life horror tale that he’ll be lucky to survive. This maniac known as Pillowface is not only an uncontrollable killing machine, but he also has others searching for him, and they will go to great and bloody lengths to find him.

“Pillowface is the best book I have read in a long time!”
—Hunter Shea, author of Forest of Shadows and Evil Eternal

“A powerhouse debut novel. Rufty's prose will suck you in and hold you prisoner!”
—Ronald Malfi, author of Floating Staircase, on Angel Board

“A creepy, gripping tale of horror. And it's got one of the best death scenes I've read in a long time!”
—Jeff Strand, author of Pressure, on Angel Board

“An occult thriller with a new twist. Rufty juggles captivating characters, breakneck suspense, and insidious horror in a macabre story that will leave you feeling possessed by the end of it. Next time you think about taking that old Ouija board out...forget it!”
—Edward Lee, author of Lucifer’s Lottery and City Infernal, on Angel Board

“Kristopher Rufty delivers the goods yet again!”
—Bryan Smith, author of Kayla Undead and The Late Night Horror Show

“Rufty knows how to bring the scares and mayhem like a charging bull with chainsaws for horns. No one is safe!”
—David Bernstein, author of Machines of the Dead and Amongst the Dead