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John Saul
House of Reckoning is John Saul's thirty-sixth novel. His first novel, Suffer the Children, published in 1977, was an immediate million-copy bestseller. His other bestselling suspense novels include Faces of Fear, In the Dark of the Night, Perfect Nightmare, Black Creek Crossing, Midnight Voices,... show more



House of Reckoning is John Saul's thirty-sixth novel. His first novel, Suffer the Children, published in 1977, was an immediate million-copy bestseller. His other bestselling suspense novels include Faces of Fear, In the Dark of the Night, Perfect Nightmare, Black Creek Crossing, Midnight Voices, The Manhattan Hunt Club, Nightshade, The Right Hand of Evil, The Presence, Black Lightning, The Homing, and Guardian. He is also the author of the New York Times bestselling serial thriller The Blackstone Chronicles, initially published in six installments but now available in one complete volume. Saul divides his time between Seattle, Washington, and Hawaii.

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Birth date: February 25, 1942
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Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 3 years ago
Reread. The final "gift" has been delivered to Harvey Connally, the uncle of Oliver Metcalf, but Harvey is certain the gift was actually meant for his nephew. When Oliver sees the shaving box with a blood-stained straight razor inside, all of the repressed memories came flooding back. Oliver's ...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 3 years ago
Re-read. After the tragedy that had befallen her aunt Martha and cousin Andrea, Rebecca is taken in by Germaine Wagner, who is just an asshat! The way the people in this town treat Rebecca is just infuriating. But I digress, she basically wants to use Rebecca as slave labor and to have someone e...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 3 years ago
Re-read. The dark figure has chosen the Ward family as their next victim. Martha Ward is a religious fanatic. She drove her husband away and then her only daughter, and when her sister died in a car accident, she took in her niece Rebecca and tried to teach her the path of righteousness. Everyo...
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Bookish Blerd rated it 3 years ago
Re-read. Things continue to go bad within the town of Blackstone. The local family-run, independent bank is in the midst of an audit, which has put a halt on the renovation of the old asylum into a shopping center. Which the town desperately needs. Jules Hartwick, who's family had opened a cent...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 3 years ago
This is a re-read for me. I read the original serial novels as they were published and felt the need to revisit them. Creepy. Creepy. Creepy. Ugh I love John Saul's writing so much! Strange things are afoot in the town of Blackstone. The Blackstone Asylum, which has stood at the top of the talle...
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