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Three Novels of Creeping Terror - The Night Boat Baal and Bethany's Sin

Robert McCammon

Publisher: Open Road Media

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Summary

Three novels of creeping horror from the New York Times–bestselling author who “delivers terror with skillful ferocity” (Publishers Weekly). This collection from the Bram Stoker and World Fantasy Award–winning author of the Matthew Corbett novels includes:The Night Boat A scuba diver discovers a sunken Nazi U-boat. He dislodges it by detonating an unexploded depth charge, but back on the surface, he hears a strange sound from within the hull. So he opens the long-closed hatch—and learns that some things are better left buried.Baal Born of a violent assault, a boy winds up in an orphanage. There he renames himself Baal and hones sinister powers that will one day be unleashed upon the world . . .Bethany’s Sin The Reid family is happy to move into the pleasantly quaint small town known as Bethany’s Sin—until they learn about the secretive cult that holds sway over the community . . . “A true master of the Gothic novel.” —Booklist
Available since: 12/27/2022.
Print length: 998 pages.

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