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Revenge of the Manitou

Graham Masterton

Publisher: Head of Zeus

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Summary

Evil is reborn... 
 
No one believed little Toby Fenner when he described the man in his wardrobe. A man whose face seemed to grow from the very wood. People smiled when Toby insisted he heard voices begging him for help. Until one day Toby woke up as someone else... And by then, things had gone too far to stop the return of a timeless, malignant force with a burning mission of revenge. 
 
The Manitou had been vanquished once before. This time he would not fail. This time evil returned triumphant... 
 
Graham Masterton's The Manitou marked a milestone in leading occult bestsellers. Now the acclaimed master of horror has returned with a spine-tingling sequel steeped in blood-chilling terror. 
 
'One of the most original and frightening storytellers of our time' PETER JAMES. 
 
'A true master of horror' JAMES HERBERT.

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