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Sphere Horror In The Seventies

Andrew Coburn – The Babysitter

Posted by demonik on May 11, 2009

Andrew Coburn – The Babysitter (Sphere, 1981)




In the dead of night a child is crying. And for her parents the nightmare has just begun …

Paula Aherne, the Wrights lovely and trusted babysitter, is dead. Upstairs, a child’s darkened bedroom is empty. No ransom note. No clues. And the babysitter is the biggest mystery of all.
Now –  in defiance of the police and the FBI – the child’s frantic parents start their own desperate, dangerous search through derelict factory towns and Boston’s seamy North End. Only after death has struck again and again will they learn the fate of their baby – and the terrifying cruel truth about … the baby-sitter

‘Expertly done … beautifully written’ – New York Times Book Review

‘ A first -rate read … If you have a child in your house, you won’t be able to forget this story’ – Vincent Bugliosi, co-author of Helter Skelter and Till Death Us Do Part


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