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Richard Laymon – All Hallows Eve

Posted by demonik on June 2, 2009

Richard Laymon – AllHallows Eve (New English Library, 1985)

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Nothing unusual ever happens in Ashburg until a local family are horribly mutilated and left to die in their own home. Since that night, the old Sherwood house has stood dark and abandoned – a constant reminder of the horrific killings.

But when mysterious invitations begin to arrive, announcing a party to be held there, nobody thinks it’s a joke. After all, on Allhallow’s Eve everyone wants to party in a house of death…

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