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Eden Incarnadine, or the Authentic History of the Terrible Harpes

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Howell, Dan (Author)
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Poetry. Near the end of the 18th century, out on the far western frontier of Kentucky and
Tennessee, the first serial killers in the history of the new American nation conducted a bloody reign of terror. Micajah and Wiley Harpe may have been brothers, or perhaps cousins, but they were unquestionably and particularly brutal murderers. Now the tale of their exploits in all of its gruesomely accurate detail--not for the squeamish --has been recounted in brilliant narrative poetry by Dan Howell, or rather by Howell's imaginary 19th century chronicler, Jeremiah Humm. Howell's achievement here is thus twofold, rendering the all too true story of these late 18th century monsters as it might have been recounted in the language and style of a 19th century author writing many decades later. The result is a poetic tour de force.

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