from the novel Nothing Burns in Hell.
The excerpt is the nearly complete Chapter 10 of this novel.
self-obsessed private detective married to a sincere wiccan is hired to
witness an illegal transfer of money in a rainy cemetery, a transaction
that goes bloody wrong. Chasing the bad guys, he ends up the prisoner
of a gruesome threesome in their Dogpatchy cabin in the woods. His
escape involves nudity, blood, death, and a terrible snapping turtle.
The Philip José Farmer Centennial Collection
(Lilburn, GA): Meteor House
hardcover [no dustjacket] (22,5×14,5cm)
not priced [= $ 225.00]
A limited deluxe hardcover edition, of 52 lettered copies (A-Z and AA-ZZ), signed by all of the contributors.
Each section has its own "Decade Introduction"—a synopsis of Phil's
career—by the editor.