The future. Bizarre public executions provide mass entertainment. HIV quarantine camps and super-prisons surround Ohio cities. Michael Tucker, haunted by his father's abuse and Vietnam combat, lives in Cincinnati where he attends weekly therapy sessions to discuss how the past changed his life. But Michael has a secret Indiana cabin with black walls and windows and a swinging light above a rocking chair spiked to the plank floor. A place he calls hell, where a monster rules. You are about to enter. If you dare. Once his door to Hell slams shut behind you there is escape...and one will hear you scream. Michael In Hell pulls punches. It is brutal and often shocking, but is high adventure, giving the reader a chance to exist in a world that most would be terrified to encounter or enter.