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If your eyes are bloodshot, you might have TUNNELVISION!!

Our first release in the Second Sight line of reprints is about 6 weeks away, but I’m far from done.
I’m happy to announce that Bloodshot Books has acquired the rights to reprint TUNNELVISION by R. Patrick Gates, originally released as one of the classic Dell Abyss novels in 1991.Tunnelvision Cover
Here’s the original synopsis:
CHANNEL 1: The evening news – the police have just received a videotape of a man being hacked to pieces. See it now…
CHANNEL 2: A detective pores over the evidence, focusing on the smallest detail, shutting out everything else, even the evil that is coming for him…
CHANNEL 3: A young man’s television speaks to him…the dead have their own talk show. Through the static of his insanity, Jesus tells him what he must do…
What do you see when your vision narrows to a single point? What do you miss? In an ordinary American city a swirling dance of death and depravity unfolds around you.
A neglected young prodigy glimpses it.
A cop, struggling with his own unspeakable legacy, tries to pinpoint the cause.
And somewhere, a killer’s head teems with lurid images that fill his days and possess his nights. He has discovered the power and glory of tunnelvision – and found just how real living hell can get…

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