Shelfari submitted a request to combine 2 books Monday, December 17, 2012.
Shelfari edited the characters of The Scrubs Sunday, August 12, 2012.
Ross approved Dianne’s request to change the contributors of The Scrubs Sunday, February 13, 2011.
Dianne edited the characters of The Scrubs Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
Dianne edited the first edition of The Scrubs Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
Dianne edited the reading level of The Scrubs Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
Dianne edited the contributors of The Scrubs Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
Shelfari edited the subjects of The Scrubs Wednesday, May 12, 2010.
Shelfari edited the description of The Scrubs Wednesday, May 12, 2010.
James Jeter, the notorious serial killer with a sixth sense, holds court inside London's Wormwood Scrubs Prison. He's the focus of the "North Wing Project." Under the influence of a hallucinogen, Jeter can create an alternative world known as "The Rift" containing the souls of his victims. Pardons are on offer to inmates who'll enter The Rift. Michael Keeler has nothing to lose and little to live for. He's sent into The Rift to learn the identity of Jeter's last victim. It's a mission where the guilty can be redeemed, but at a price... Simon Janus is the horror identity for the award winning thriller writer, Simon Wood. The Scrubs was first published in hardback and paperback in 2008. “The Scrubs is one merciless piece of work." — Gary A. Braunbeck, author of Coffin Country “The Scrubs...it's a journey to a Twilight Zone of our time." — Mort Castle, author of The Stranger “Lean, mean fear machine - The Scrubs is gruesomely inventive entertainment.” — Simon Clark, author of This Rage of echoes “This is, simply put, an incredible novella." — Michael Arnzen, author of Bitchfight and Play Dead “The Scrubs is a superb, fast-paced journey through the hell of incarceration...and way, way beyond.” — Tim Lebbon, author of Dawn “If you are looking for a quick read that is sure to leave you breathless until the final page is turned, you cannot do any better than The Scrubs.” — Horrorworld "This is a fascinating, disturbing journey.” — Dark Discoveries Magazine "A surreal horror trip.” — Horror Fiction Review