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Publisher Description

From New York Times bestselling author Douglas Clegg comes a novel of heart-pounding suspense and supernatural horror. What secrets lie within the ancient place known as the Goat Dance? 


"Douglas Clegg is a weaver of nightmares...Goat Dance is a dark, mesmerizing delight." - Robert R. McCammon, author of Swang Song and The Providence Rider.


"Clegg's stories can chill the spine so effectively that the reader should keep paramedics on standby."-- Dean Koontz.


In winter, in the mountains, a darkness envelopes a town...a house on the edge of a lake holds the key to its horrifying secret.


A Haunted Lake...


Seven-year-old Teddy Amory should have died that winter's day on Clear Lake, when she fell through the ice while skating with her older brother, Jake. But something got inside her that day . . . something terrifying . . . 


"Douglas Clegg knows exactly what scares us, and he knows just how to twist those fears into hair-raising chills..." - Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of the Rizzoli & Isles series.


A Town in Shadows . . . 


Nightmarish forces lurk in the mountains of Virginia, and darkness has begun to spread like a shroud over the living. 


Those long-dead return in nightmares. Does someone – or something -- control these horrifying visions from within the mysterious halls of the Marlowe-Houston House on the edge of Clear Lake?


Now a young man named Coffey returns to Pontefract, Virginia, to find the woman he lost – and a town must face its terrifying past as a possessed child threatens to unleash an unspeakable horror . . .


A terrifying chiller of a horror novel from a master of gothic thrillers.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
June 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
410
Pages
PUBLISHER
Alkemara Press
SELLER
Douglas Clegg
SIZE
5.1
MB

Customer Reviews

dogwhspr ,

Surprisingly Good

Quite a few characters to keep track of and that got confusing at times....
Also seemed a bit slow at times...
But I could not put it down!
Would make King and Koontz proud...

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