Walter has found salvation in God, but he returns home from years in prison to a familiar damnation he cannot escape; his wife, Margaret, and her brother, Mr. Vegas, molded Walter into a relentless sexual predator to help fulfill their fantasies of debauchery and terror. Now, a tantalizing young girl walks by Walter's house every day, and he struggles with a parole officer who is obsessed with the crimes Walter was never charged with. Together, these tragic figures must confront the secrets of a bloodsoaked history to save their souls from the corruption that has tainted Walter's family-and all those who are drawn into the darkness. From Detroit, Michigan, Vincenzo Bilof has been called "The Metallica of Poetry" and "The Shakespeare of Gore." He likes to think Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, and Charles Baudelaire would be proud of his work. More likely, Ed Wood would have been his biggest fan. Vincenzo is the author of several novels, including the Zombie Ascension series, and his latest-a speculative-fiction satire-Vampire Strippers from Saturn. A novel written as a collection of poems, The Horror Show, is another one of his nonsensical works.
Used availability for Vincenzo Bilof's Visions of a Tremulous Man
September 2015 : UK Paperback