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By Brandon Massey

From Brandon Massey, award-winning writer of Thunderland, comes a terrifying new novel a couple of city besieged by means of evil...and the single guy who's made up our minds to struggle the darkness... whilst well known writer Richard Hunter dies in a boating twist of fate, his son David travels to Mason's nook, Mississippi, to determine extra concerning the father he by no means relatively knew. at the start, Mason's nook turns out pleasant and unassuming-the excellent "small town." yet after a newcomer strikes into the old-and supposedly haunted-mansion at the hill, every thing changes... humans start to disappear. canines viciously assault. and shortly David discovers that the fear eating this position has its roots in his circle of relatives tree... For anything has risen in Mason's nook. whatever with bloody ties to the town's prior. anything undead--and hungering for vengeance...

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From Brandon Massey, award-winning writer of Thunderland, comes a terrifying new novel a few city besieged by means of evil. .. and the single guy who's made up our minds to struggle the darkness. .. while popular writer Richard Hunter dies in a boating twist of fate, his son David travels to Mason's nook, Mississippi, to determine extra concerning the father he by no means rather knew.

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Let me outta here! David opened his door, and King, normally patient, didn't wait for David to walk around and open the passenger door. The dog scrambled over the seats and leaped outside. He roved across the yard, sniffing. "Don't run off," David said. He raised his arms and stretched. At a brick home across the street, a grandmotherly woman tended a bed of flowers. She waved at him. He returned the greeting. He could get used to having friendly neighbors. At his town house community in Atlanta, he and his neighbors had rarely spoken to one another.

Mother had lied to "protect" him, she claimed. It was only when she realized that he was going to leave her, to live his own life, that she confessed. He hated her for lying to him, though he understood her intentions in concealing the truth. She knew what he would decide to do once he had learned the truth. She knew. "You are correct, I am not surprised at your intentions," Mother said. "I told you the truth at last because I had hoped you would handle the knowledge wisely. I warn you to leave the past alone, my son.

The place looked as though it had been kept in good repair. It had a screened-in porch, a two-car garage, and a tool shed, too. The lawn, however, badly needed to be mowed. Earvin had said that he'd hired someone to cut the grass, but that was a few weeks ago. The property had been undisturbed since his father's death. The lawyer had paid the utility bills, in the meantime, and promised David that he only needed to bring his belongings, and move right in. "There's no telling what you might find in there," Earvin had said.

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