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Lori Lovecraft #2 - Into The Past #2 (of 2) - cover

Lori Lovecraft #2 - Into The Past #2 (of 2)

Mike Vosburg, Pete Ventrella

Publisher: Asylum Press

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Summary

Danke Schoen hires private eye R.C. Bowen to find the child she gave up for adoption years ago. Lori and R.C. follow a trail thail has them crossing paths with basketball star Lenny "the Legend" Raven, the Mayor of LA and the devious Amanda, a Hollywood player who heads the insidious Cabal, and Elston Gunn the aging king of  Rock 'n; Roll... they are all after the Necronomicon, the fabulous book of  spells that Lori has in her possession and they will stop at nothing to get it.  This one culminates in a cosmic rock concert with in Voodoo Mansion with all the villains, Horatio and Zelda, and lots of Lori's old boyfriends in attendance.  And then there is Lori's wedding at the end...  ALSO- A bonus VOODOO MANSION short story.

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