The Camera: Bloodthirst
- Narrated by: Eric A. Shelman
- Length: 6 hrs and 39 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-19-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Dolphin Moon Publishing
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Jack Hunger, a cop in Lee County, Florida, never gave it much thought. He purchased the 20-year-old Pentax K1000 camera at a perfectly respectable thrift store, and it was to be the beginning of a new hobby for the reclusive crime scene photographer.
The dismembered body of rookie cop Justin Sims and the bullet-riddled corpse of Russian Mafia killer Sergei Veselov are Jack Hunger's first subjects. The job seems to be just another brutal day at the office, until he develops the photographs taken with his new camera in his home darkroom.
As the images of the two corpses appear on the photographic paper, something dark awakens, setting into motion a terrifying chain of events that threatens to shatter the sanity of Jack Hunger and his friend, Sheriff Wayne Olsen.
Together, the two men are plunged into an intense race against time, forced to push their own fears and all logic aside. They must stop the darkness in its tracks before it escapes into the shadowy streets of an unsuspecting world.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Mary Meadows on 10-18-15
Excellent book - highly recommend
I was worried when I saw it was narrated by author. I usually avoid those as the authors typically, well suck. Not this one. He is a damn good narrator and has narrated several books on audible that he hasn't authored.
I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!
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By Amanda Felix on 08-04-18
Once again one of my favorite authors has delivered a fantastic tale of an evil that will not die but is passed into a camera where it waits-it waits patiently. Evil will recognize evil and once unleashed we are taken on a trip that delves into the mouth of madness.
Eric Shelman has done it again with this extreme horror story and a must read/listen to if you are a fan.
As stated, I did both, I started reading it but when I could not sit to do so, I would listen to it and really could not decide which I like better. Either way it was a book I could not put down or turn off to the very end. A must have in your library if you are a fan, if you have not picked up Eric's books and like this type of genre, then this is a good start.
Looking forward to the next installment.