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Voyeurs of Death

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Published by Doorways Publication .
Written in English


  • Horror & ghost stories,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Horror,
  • Horror,
  • Horror - General,
  • Fiction / Horror,
  • Ghost

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10983827M
ISBN 100615145671
ISBN 109780615145679

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Gerald Foos is the former owner of the Manor House Motel, which operated in Aurora, was the subject of Gay Talese's article "The Voyeur's Motel" in The New Yorker, in which Talese disclosed that Foos was a long time voyeur of people staying in his hotel, having installed grilles in the ceiling of most of the rooms that enabled him to view his guests without their knowledge.   (The title of this review is a reference to the author's note at the end of the book) Voyeurs of Death is made of 20 short stories, each is a stand-alone tale that won't take long to read. Though not all stories are horror, they all carry a line of darkness that places them in the macabre section/5(18).   ‘Voyeurs Of Death’ is a single author collection by Shaun Jeffrey from featuring very short stories, most of which have appeared previously in some other horror magazine or anthologies. This means that some editor paid good money for them and was confident they would please the punters which is the best recommendation you can get.   Gay Talese conflates the journalist and the voyeur in his new book about a motel owner who spied on his guests. And he makes the readers voyeurs .

  Back in April, when the New Yorker published “The Voyeur’s Motel,” Gay Talese’s article detailing how Gerald Foos had spied on guests having sex in his East Colfax Avenue motel for decades. Read "Voyeurs of Death" by Shaun Jeffrey available from Rakuten Kobo. Herein are found a diverse mix of the sinister, erotic, strange and surreal. From the foreboding alleyways of Venice to Brand: Shaun Jeffrey. Voyeurs Of Death by Shaun Jeffrey (Dark Regions Press) From monsters to ghosts, Shaun Jeffrey runs the gamut in this new and expanded collection. Herein are found a diverse mix of the sinister, erotic, strange and surreal. From the foreboding alleyways of Venice to a bleak Scottish island, the horror is never far away. A .   Gay Talese’s new book is the controversial ‘The Voyeur’s Motel.’ was found strangled to death on the morning of November 3 by housekeeping staff in a room at the Bean Hotel in Denver.

  The book had been in the works for decades. Talese began corresponding with Foos in January , when he received a handwritten letter from the motel owner inviting him to Colorado.   Fiction creeps with voyeurs, its walls overridden by all-seeing vines. Men watch watch s watch everyone. “Looker,” a new novel by the poet Laura Sims, centers the female. Published by Doorways Publications in and weighing in at just over one-hundred and twenty-five pages, Voyeurs of Death is a fun little romp through the dark recesses of a human’s imagination. The stories are most effective at their bleakest, allowing, in several instances of Jeffrey’s work, the sinister portrait of humanity to paint. Shaun Jeffrey was brought up in a house in a cemetery, so it was only natural for his prose to stray towards the dark side when he started writing. He has had three novels published, 'The Kult', 'Deadfall' and 'Evilution, and one collection of short stories, 'Voyeurs of Death'. Among his other writing credits are short stories published in Cemetery Dance, Surreal Magazine, Dark Discoveries and.