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Mischief

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Jim Hook confronts an ancient evil power when he arrives at a prestigious prep school built on the grounds of a once-prosperous, old estate in the Hudson Valley of New York. Original.

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Douglas Clegg, Bram Stoker and International Horror Guild award-winning writer, has begun a story of haunting -- and something in a dark house that has been awakened...in Mischief, the most horrifying coming-of-age experience is happening in a house of nightmarish spirits.

The mansion overlooks the Hudson River, just outside the town of Watch Point, New York. It has been empty for decades, but now, it's a private school for boys. And one of the boys, Jim Hook, should never have come to Harrow Academy...

For, within the walls, something horrifying awaits him...a haunting more disturbing than any other...

A group of misfits and malcontents want Jim in their dark fraternity...

And the house called Harrow is hungry.

The new novel of terror from Douglas Clegg, author of You Come When I Call You, The Halloween Man, Bad Karma, and The Nightmare Chronicles.

From the Inside Flap:

[Clegg writes] horror at its finest!" -- Publisher's Weekly

Some houses were never meant to live.

Harrow was once a prosperous estate overlooking the Hudson Valley of New York, sheltered by deep woods, hidden from the world, its secrets sealed. But now it's a prestigious prep school, and something terrible is happening there.

"Clegg gets high marks on the terror scale." -- Daily News (New York)

Jim Hook doesn't know that just by entering Harrow he may be resurrecting something far older than the house itself. And when he comes up against the members of the Cadaver Society, a mysterious fraternity of misfits and manipulators, he must undergo the nightmarish initiation within the house's secret red chamber. The stones of Harrow are ancient. It is an unclean place of legend and darkness. And the haunting of Harrow is the beginning of all madness.

"Douglas Clegg is a weaver of nightmares!" -- Robert R. McCammon, author of Swan Song and Boy's Life.

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