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Ken Johnson – Blue Sunshine

Posted by demonik on October 11, 2021

Ken Johnson – Blue Sunshine  (Sphere, 1977)

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Blurb:

PSYCHOSIS…
It started off as a great party – just eight of them in a ski-lodge in upstate New York. But then the last guest, Frannie, arrived. There was something wrong with Frannie’s hair. And something very wrong with his eyes. And what he did to three of the girls was too hideous for description….
That was just the start. After that, things began to happen all over New York – ugly things: psychosis, insanity, murder – and no one could find an explanation. The police were helpless – because they didn’t know that behind all the grisly happenings lay a single, uncontrollable horror. A horror called
BLUE SUNSHINE…
Based on an original screenplay by Jeff Lieberman

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Graham Masterton – Famine

Posted by demonik on October 13, 2014

Graham Masterton – Famine  (Sphere, 1981, 1988)

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Blurb:
FAMINE
When the grain crop failed in Kansas it seemed like an isolated incident and no one took much notice. Except Ed Hardesty. Then the blight spread to California’s fruit harvest, and from there, like wildfire, throughout the nation.
FAMINE
A tidal wave of terror
FAMINE
Suddenly America woke up to the fact that her food supplies were almost wiped out. Her grain reserves lethally polluted. And Botulism was multiplying at a horrifying rate…

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Graham Masterton – The Devils Of D-Day

Posted by demonik on June 2, 2009

Graham Masterton – The Devils Of D-Day (Sphere, 1979)

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In an attempt to uncover the truth behind the devastating mayhem wrecked by 13 black tanks erupting through enemy lines in 1944, one man sets out for Normandy – and unwittingly releases an age-old horror on modern-day civilisation.

A novel full of the author’s favourite things: demons, angels, myths, history and Nazis. Considering its length (180 pages) it’s surprisingly gripping and well written. The final confrontation between good and evil is a stunner.

Synopsis courtesy of Graham Masterton’s Official site

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Elliott O’Donnell – The Sorcery Club

Posted by demonik on May 7, 2009

Elliott O’Donnell – The Sorcery Club [# 6] (Sphere, 1974)

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Elliott O'Donnell - The Sorcery Club

When they found the book they laughed at it. Who would believe that an and volume of Atlantean magic spells could be taken seriously? But when they experimented they discovered the frightening truth ….
A demon was conjured up and with hellish skill enmeshed them in its devilish intrigues.

It offered them a pact that would grant them superhuman powers … but the price was high: the demon wanted their souls.

The Sorcery Club
is Volume 6 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult

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J. K. Huysmans – Down There

Posted by demonik on May 7, 2009

J. K. Huysmans – Down There [# 23] (Sphere, 1974)

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Down There is the classic of Satanism. The book caused a sensation when it first appeared, because of its extraordinarily detailed and vivid descriptions of the Black Mass.
At the centre of the story is Durtal, a writer obsessed by one of the blackest figures in history, Gilles de Rais. Each horrifying episode unfolds the legendary crimes, trial and confession of this grotesque child murderer, sadist, necrophile and practitioner of the black arts.

Down There is Volume 23 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult

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