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Stone Shadow draws you inevitably against your will into the mind of serial killer Daniel Bunkowski, also known as "Chaingang," a brutal rapist and torturer of women. A captive victim fortunate enough to escape his deadly clutches brings his twisted games to the attention of detective Jack Eichord. Now Eichord must solve a case that forces him to confront the hellish nightmare psyche of a serial killer while struggling with his own, all-too-fallible nature.

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Biography Rex Miller, née Rex Miller Spangberg, (April 25, 1939 - May 21, 2004) is the author of novels about police detective Jack Eichord, who specializes in solving serial crimes. Slob, the first novel in the Eichord series, presents the reader with the opportunity to meet the obsessed and highly dangerous serial killer Daniel Bunkowski, a half-ton killing machine. This novel earned Miller a nomination for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. In addition, this novel is considered one of the iconic (and even cult) for the splatterpunk sub-genre. Banking also acts in the novels Chaingang, Savant, and Butcher. Miller also wrote 2 Vietnam War novels - Profane Men and St. Louis Blues. In addition, Rex Miller was a popular disc jockey in the 1960s. His novels are characterized by a special rough style of presenting material. His harsh and "rough" style of writing can be compared with the style of Jack Ketchum, Jim Thompson, a bit of Richard Stark. The novels are dark enough and often uncompromising.

Rex Miller died in Sikeston, Missouri on May 21, 2004.  Bibliography Eichord / Bankowski 01.

Slob (1987) 02.

Frenzy (1988) 03.

Stone Shadow (1989) 04.

Iceman (1990) 05.

Slice (1990) 06.

Chaingang (1992) 07.

Savant (1994) 08.

Butcher (1994) Selected Novels 01.

Profane Men (1989) 02.

Saint Louis Blues (1992)

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Biography Rex Miller, née Rex Miller Spangberg, (April 25, 1939 - May 21, 2004) is the author of novels about police detective Jack Eichord, who specializes in solving serial crimes. Slob, the first novel in the Eichord series, presents the reader with the opportunity to meet the obsessed and highly dangerous serial killer Daniel Bunkowski, a half-ton killing machine. This novel earned Miller a nomination for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. In addition, this novel is considered one of the iconic (and even cult) for the splatterpunk sub-genre. Banking also acts in the novels Chaingang, Savant, and Butcher. Miller also wrote 2 Vietnam War novels - Profane Men and St. Louis Blues. In addition, Rex Miller was a popular disc jockey in the 1960s. His novels are characterized by a special rough style of presenting material. His harsh and "rough" style of writing can be compared with the style of Jack Ketchum, Jim Thompson, a bit of Richard Stark. The novels are dark enough and often uncompromising. Rex Miller died in Sikeston, Missouri on May 21, 2004.  Bibliography Eichord / Bankowski 01. Slob (1987) 02. Frenzy (1988) 03. Stone Shadow (1989) 04. Iceman (1990) 05. Slice (1990) 06. Chaingang (1992) 07. Savant (1994) 08. Butcher (1994) Selected Novels 01. Profane Men (1989) 02. Saint Louis Blues (1992)