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Monday, September 8, 2014

Review: THE LAZARUS PROPHECY by F. G. Cottam



Review: THE LAZARUS PROPHECY by F. G. COTTAM

A high-minded, theologically-founded, literary horror tale, the sheer implacability of THE LAZARUS PROPHECY gave me chills not unlike those I experienced reading TURN OF THE SCREW as a youngster, so many decades past. One of its major themes is my "favorite" historical serial slaughterer, the Whitechapel killer of 1888 London. Here he receives an identity, and it's a very unfortunate one: nearly impossible to overcome or avoid (hence the implacability); and we are also introduced to a secret order of millennias-duration, isolated in.the high Pyrenees; Vatican politicos; and geopolitics spreading like a pond's ripples from the current dystopian political climate of.modern London in the wake of continued unspeakable atrocities.

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