Sometimes horror is in the mind. And sometimes it's real. Telling the difference isn't always easy. It wasn't for Joe Creed. He'd just photographed the unreal. Now he had to pay the price. Because he always thought that demons were just a joke.But the joke was on him.And it wasn't very funny. It was deadly . . . 'Chilling event follows chilling event . . . The plot thickens. Your head spins' Daily Mail 'He is one of the few writers taking forward the tradition of the great supernatural storytellers - and being innovative' Evening Standard 'A streamlined racehorse of a book, pulsing with energy, CREED will delight Herbert fans, and surely astonish them' Fear Magazine
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James Herbert is not just Britain's No. 1 bestselling writer of chiller fiction, a position he has held since publication of his first novel, but is one of our greatest popular novelists, whose books are sold in thirty-three other languages, including Russian and Chinese. Widely imitated and hugely influential, his twenty novels have sold more than 50 million copies worldwide.From AudioFile:
Creed is Joe Creed, a member of the much maligned paparazzi–those indomitable creatures who will do anything for a picture. His nightmare begins when he photographs mourners at the funeral of a famous actress. Among them is a man thought to have been hanged in the '30s. He and his cohorts are willing to do anything to get the pictures. Narrator William Hope skillfully handles abundant background text and thought without dragging. He presents best the voices of the once grand stars thought to be long dead. (They sound as if they have been!) S.G.B. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Pan Books, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0330376276