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A rash of strange and horrifying births sweeps through London in the new horror thriller from master of the genre Graham Masterton.

A series of strange births

A young woman is rushed to the hospital with stabbing pains. The chief surgeon performs a C-section and delivers a catastrophically malformed foetus that is somehow alive.... 

A devastating attack

Sewage engineer Gemma is plunged into a ghostly darkness in the tunnel where she works. She escapes, but her boss goes missing in the chaos. He is later found alive...but his legs have been severed and his eyes pulled out.

A supernatural threat

DC Jerry Pardoe and DS Jamila Patel of the supernatural squad must team up once more to solve the mystery and save the city. But, if they are to succeed, first they must delve into the dark arts of witchcraft.... 

©2021 Graham Masterton (P)2021 Head of Zeus

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  • 21-03-21

My best author.

I love this Author and have been follow him since the 80s. Although good, I found this book a little under par to his normal writing, but still enjoyed the suspense the great characters and Grahams ability to grab hold of ones imagination and expand it seven fold.
Caroline Lennon told the story with great feeling and brought the caractors to life for me.

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  • 06-02-21

A Lot of Sewage

Not one of his best by far. I found it very silly plus years ago I had read something very similar. It would have been better with a narrator who could do a Pakistani accent as one of the main characters was Pakistani as was quite a lot of others. There was no change of voice or tone for male characters either. I have all his books, the old ones are the best, if there is number three in this series I don’t think I will bother. I suppose it is hard for a writer over the years to come up with a good idea, he is still one of the best.