Publish date: October 1st 1999
Publisher: Signet Book
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
I think this is the scariest Bentley Little novel I’ve read. The Mailman was scary, too, though; it is a hard call. Regardless, Little’s debut novel is a shocker, almost sure to rattle the nerves of even the most jaded horror reader. A wave of crime is hitting the small town of Randall, Arizona. C...
After my attempt to read Ramsey Campbell's body of work went bust (The Doll Who Ate His Mother's popularity befuddles me, and I gave up on The Face That Must Die after realizing that none of the characters were in any way likable), I started looking for other horror authors to read or re-read. I rem...
Another tale set in Arizona. As all other books by Little are creepy as hell. As other books there is a certain Good vs Evil idea behind. What' is what sort of thing. Churches vs churches vs Satan coming. A preacher that arrives to "save" the day.The characters Gordon Lewis and Marina are expecting ...
If you like gore then you will like this book. Moves right along and holds your interest. I didn't find it on the level of a Stoker but it was worth a read.