The Auriga was an ordinary ship, making an ordinary voyage across the North Sea from Helsinki to the Firth of Forth. Ordinary, that is, until the Madness secured its foothold. From then on it was mounting horror aboard the Auriga, as the disease swept through her complement.
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'A story ... that has just about everything, logged by Mr Callison with a beautiful sense of timing that will keep his readers chewing their knuckles to the bitter end.' New York Times.
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