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The murders were only the beginning. No one knew what went on in the sullen, dark house on the hill, but town cop Kurt Morris intended to find out. The sleepy town of Tylersville, Maryland was being stalked by an unimaginable evil, it had become the haunting-ground for horrors too grisly to be described. Young girls had vanished without a trace. Graves had been opened, corpses unearthed, and carried away. Quiet moonlit nights gave way to a mindless slaughter, and to the sounds of hysterical screams....
Time was running out. How many more would be dragged off into an endless night, and for what hideous purpose? Fear led to wild speculations about psychopaths, crazed animals, vampires, and werewolves. But Kurt knew better. Deep in the fog-shrouded woods, he had seen the nightmare figures. And the truth was much, much worse....
A novel of unrelenting horror in the tradition of Dean Koontz.
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I love this genre and maybe this is a great story, but I can't tell because of the poor narration. It was hard for me differentiate between characters because the narrator did not vocally distinguish the characters from each other. The narrator also removed the emotion and the suspense from the story, it was as if the narrator was reading this book for the first time. With only an hour left of this book, I can't listen anymore.
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- Denise Smith
necessary spoiler . . ..
There are literally no ghouls in this book till approx 30 min from the end. The human side of the story was very well written as this author always does. I enjoyed that. However, if you are shopping for a creature book, this is not it. And on a side note, I find this narrator bland. I know he is popular but leaves a lot of the exciting parts flat with his monotone presentation.
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