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Crude Sunlight

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The Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane is a grand and terrible building. Abandoned over forty years ago, its rooms and halls no longer ring with tortured screams.

When his younger brother goes missing, Thomas Verkraft comes to Buffalo to find him. Following a trail of black and white photographs and homemade videos, he tracks Henry down to the doors of the State Asylum.

It's the last building his brother entered before he disappeared.

Praise for Phil Tucker's CRUDE SUNLIGHT

"Taking his readers from the slums of early New York to modern day, and to the very pit of hell, Tucker weaves a tale that pulls no punches and lands each and every one." - James Garcia Jr., author of Dance on Fire

"A promising first novel from an interesting stylist with a lot of atmosphere and chills." - Jeff Vandermeer

"...fantastic atmosphere that sends shivers down the spine." - Marrisa Farrar, author of theSerenity series

"This story is gonna scare the crap out of you." - Novel Opinion

About the Author

Phil Tucker is the author of five novels:

Vampire Miami: An urban fantasy set in the broken heart of vampire-ruled Miami

Crude Sunlight: A tale of psychological horror and ancient evil

Throne: A war of the fae in the streets of NYC

One by One: A post-apocalyptic love story

The Grind Show: High octane demon hunting across the Mojave Desert

Phil Tucker has sold over 10,000 ebooks, and donates 10% of all sales to

Praise for Phil Tucker's VAMPIRE MIAMI

"Seriously, this book kept me on the edge of my seat from the beginning. It dug its claws in deep and hung on until the bitter end." On A Book Bender

Genre: Horror

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Paperback Editions

February 2012 : USA Paperback

Title: Crude Sunlight
Author(s): Phil Tucker
ISBN: 1-4662-9459-0 / 978-1-4662-9459-2 (USA edition)
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Availability: Amazon