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30 Days of Night: Rumors of the Undead - Rumors of the Undead - cover

30 Days of Night: Rumors of the Undead - Rumors of the Undead

Steve Niles, Jeff Mariotte

Publisher: Pocket Books

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Summary

In this horror novel, the author of 30 Days of Night continues the undead saga as an Alaskan town awaits another month of uninterrupted darkness . . . and death. 
 
In the sleepy, secluded town of Barrow, Alaska, the sun sets—and doesn’t rise—from November to December. During this dark time a few years ago, an evil force descended upon Barrow and brought its residents to their knees. Barrow’s only hope was Eben and Stella Olemaun, a husband-and-wife law enforcement team who were torn between their own survival and saving the town they loved. 
 
Months later, as Stella Olemaun attempts to warn the world about the looming vampire threat, a rogue government agent takes unusual interest in her story. Meanwhile, further north, a new sheriff and his young son must solve the lingering mystery of Barrow, even as the survivors of the original attack prepare for the sun to set once again . . .  
 
Because this time, they’ll be ready.
Available since: 03/08/2006.
Print length: 416 pages.

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