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"Kidnappers are frequently complex devious people," the detective had warned her. But that wasn't the half of it. What began as a routine kidnapping would end in much more - sins of unspeakable evil and terrifying violence.

Who are these strangely sinister captors and who is their wickedly erotic victim?

What has been happening to this strange young girl, and what has produced this nerve-fraying nightmare of sheer electric terror?

©2008 Penny Dreadful, LLC (P)2014 David N. WIlson

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"One of the giants of contemporary psychological horror." (Peter Straub)

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  • 18-12-14

most boring kidnapped person book

What disappointed you about The Captors?

Lack of action, nothing happened, even her time in captivity was benign.

Would you ever listen to anything by John Farris again?

No

What three words best describe Tom Pile’s performance?

Average consistent bland

What character would you cut from The Captors?

Carol

Any additional comments?

If you like the "kidnapped person" type of book skip this.