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The Resurrectionist by EB Hudspeth

The ResurrectionistDeliciously Creepy!

Dr. Spencer Black spent his childhood grave robbing with his father to help supply the local med school with specimen to practice on. Naturally, he went on to medical school himself when he grew up. He became a great doctor who specialized in the mutated growth of human beings. Sometime during his practice he began to suspect that they weren’t mutations after all but residual genes from animals we all thought were mythical. To prove his theory, he started on a dark path of secret surgeries, manipulation, and insanity.

The last half of the book are Dr. Black’s anatomical drawings – amazingly detailed – of the creatures he is convinced are not mythical, including harpies, minotaurs, dragons, etc.

While reading this book, I kept thinking that it would make a great History Channel documentary. Tom Waits would be the perfect guy to create a soundtrack for it.