STREET: A NOVEL. New York: St. Martin's Press, . Octavo, boards. First edition. When a serial killer begins to imitate a horror movie for which he has done a radio commercial, an actor enlists the aid of four street people, including a Korean War veteran and an African-American poet, to trap and stop the killer. Cady's characters … are cast adrift in a moral vacuum where the highest ethic they can aspire to is non-predatory self-preservation. Their sense of rootlessness, of isolation divorced from all context that might give their experience last meaning … pervades STREET … Cady is acutely conscious of the savagery such alienation engenders, and more than capable of making us painfully aware of it, too." - Simon McCulloch, Necrofile: The Review of Horror Literature #14 (1994), p. 10. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#91490).
"First Edition: November 1994 / 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1" on copyright page.