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   Macabre Myth of a Moth-Man, A, by Brad Fear  
 
  Novel, first publication in September 2008
 
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      WATCH OUT… THIS AIN’T GONNA BE PRETTY… Meet Moth: he’s half his namesake and half social misfit. Moth’s been pretty ticked off. A year ago sciencey people locked him in a lab, stuck needles in him and shone lights in his eyes. He wasn’t very happy about this, so now him and his mate ‘Ozzy’ (a quite unpleasant chap of green skin, yellow eyes and lots of teeth) are out for good ol’ fashioned retribution. Meet Nina. She’s a barmaid and wants to work with animals. Nina’s been roped into helping some friends with their amateur ‘Moth-man’ documentary. Of course, she doesn’t believe in such silly myths, but she needs something to take her mind off her ex-boyfriend. Unluckily for Nina, her world is about to be blown apart by the ugly-as-sin truth… Looks like Moth and Nina have got enough on their plates… and that’s not including the gas-mask wearing cult, the ticking, blade-fingered robot or the old man with the crows flying around him… 'A MACABRE MYTH OF A MOTH-MAN' is the debut novel of author Brad Fear: a union of urban fantasy and noir, chronicling the tale of a seemingly clueless insect detective.

     
     
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  • Detectives - Sleuths - Pis - Bounty Hunter
  • Insects - Arachnids - Insectoids
  • Mystery

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