Evil Heights, Book II: Monster in the House

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by Michael Swanson

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Published: 1997

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THE #1 BESTSELLING HORROR QUARTET BECOMES MORE TERRIFYING!
The Darkness Stirs in Evil Heights! The nerve-stretching tension
increases in the second installment of Michael Swanson's Evil Heights
Quartette. Thirteen year-old Lee Coombs, whose family has just moved to
the town of Cherry Heights, finds himself drawn deeper into the
supernatural horrors that haunt the abandoned train station and the
mansion where old Mrs. Ballard sits day in and day out in stifling heat
staring at a door no one is allowed to open. After only a week, Lee is
beginning to have day dreams about the mansion. In the first, he
experiences the terrible fate of a family that stopped to spend a night
in a near-by vacant house years ago. But Lee's mind is on other things.
It's pay day, and he has plans for getting together with Phoebe, the
cute, new girl who moved in across the street for the summer. Poor,
innocent Lee might have more than Phoebe on his mind if he knew about
the thing that creeps out of the Ballard mansion at night and lurks in
the darkness beneath his bedroom window. When his afternoon wanderings
with Phoebe take them to the abandoned train yard, the pair have an
innocent encounter with youthful passion and a terrifying brush with a
malevolent presence connected to the wreck of the old Midnight Flyer.
Soon Lee will learn the disturbing truth about the glass eye he found,
and its connection with Captain Limpkins, a Union soldier who occupied
Cherry Heights and committed a series of atrocities that have direct
parallels with the story of Osia, a cannibalistic Indian who terrorized
his own people and whites alike a few hundred years earlier. And then
Lee will watch his each member of own family succumb to a malevolent
presence connected to the eye. The Evil Heights series is sure to please
readers who love the work of writers like Steven King, Clive Barker,
and Dean Koontz. Cover Jeff Fisher WWW.25thCenturyWarlords.com

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