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The Clear Lake Killer 1974 by Sean Malia Thompson

Nictitating Books

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It's 1974, and women are being murdered in San Francisco. Detectives Cassano and Mitrea need to crack the case before more people end up dead. All the while a cult called The Church of the Dark Light looms in the background. But even they are not as terrifying as the nameless stranger in the jean jacket that is stalking the night.

“Sean Malia Thompson has delivered a tightly coiled crime horror narrative in the form of The Clear Lake Killer 1974. Occult vibes, gritty cops, hair-raising tension, sharp dialogue, and plenty of bite.” —Grant Wamack, author of Bullet Tooth

"Grit, grime, and gruesome discoveries abound in this haunting foray into the howling darkness of 1970s San Francisco. Sean Malia Thompson offers a thrilling new crime horror novella that compels as it terrifies." —Tiffany Morris, author of Green Fuse Burning

The Clear Lake Killer is a taut psychological thriller that grabs you from the start and never lets go. Diving into San Francisco’s seedy 70s underbelly, this story follows killers and cults as murder grips the city, while a pair of sleuths race against time to bring the carnage to an end.” —Pedro Iniguez, author of Synthetic Dawns & Crimson Dusks

"Thompson gives us a sex-fueled 70s flashback the color of blood and shadows. We get a slasher, cultists, fucked-up cops, and just enough dark humor to keep us from pulling that old hunting knife out of the closet." —Patrick Shawn Bagley, author of Bitter Water Blues