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The Unholy

Anderson, Michael Falconer

ISBN 10: 0709028776 / ISBN 13: 9780709028772
Published by Robert Hale Limited, 1987
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: The Unholy

Publisher: Robert Hale Limited

Publication Date: 1987

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Edition: 1st Edition

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Batforth was a quiet little town like a hundred other quiet little towns. Then the terror came like a shroud closing over it. For one man the new Batforth meant a hideous death. For a young housewife it meant instant insanity. The terror came to a police sergeant when his car ploughed into a crowd of children - children who did not exist. For a nurse at Batforth Hospital it began when she felt something touch her in the hospital's drug cupboard, something evil, and grew with the knowledge that even in an empty room eyes were watching her.
For John Hammond, editor of Batforth's newspaper, it began in strange dreams and visions and he came to understand that the horror was growing, spreading day by day: that something malevolent had come to Batforth and that it would have to be destroyed.
As the death toll mounted and the horror gained a grip on the town he began his search ... for the Unholy.

From Library Journal:

In this first novel, a mysterious train derailment in a small English village sets off a series of gruesome murders, which local police attribute to a maniac. Newspaper editor Jon Hammond begins to examine the nightmares and visions that he and others are experiencing, and finds himself battling a vicious supernatural force unleashed in the wreck. The somewhat familiar-sounding plot may seem to have been lifted from a lurid grade B movie thriller, especially when the source of evil is traced to the grisly contents of a metal box thrown from the train. But in Anderson's capable hands the reader is swept into a fast-paced and suspenseful horror novel with frequent chills and shudders. Suspend your disbelief willingly, and you'll have a good time. For popular fiction collections. Eric W. Johnson, Univ. of Bridgeport Lib., Conn.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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