New York Times Bestseller: “A relentless, terrifying thriller” from the award-winning author of The Ross Forgery (Dean Koontz).
In Brooklyn, in a historic part of that shambled borough, the flailing iron ball of the wrecker’s crane is at work. One of the few buildings still standing amid the rubble is the Brevoort House, older than memory. Its only remaining tenant is Peter Richardson. Abandoned. Menaced. Alone. The Brevoort has become an unbearable burden for him. Houses, like people, can go bad, and the Brevoort emanates an evilness, an undefined terror, aimed directly at him. The house—something in the house—is telling Richardson of his impending death.
In another part of Brooklyn, solicitor Matthew Willow arrives from London seeking a man who may not exist. He has one clue, the name of the wanted man’s ancestor: Joseph Tully. Willow’s search takes him into the fascinating world of the genealogical detective—and uncovers a relentless pursuit and quest for vengeance through centuries of reincarnation . . .
“The kind of book you can’t put down while you’re reading—and will never forget after you finish. A super-shocker.” —Robert Bloch, author of Psycho
“As horrifying as anything you’ll read for a long time.” —The Detroit Free Press
“Hallahan skillfully brings together two disparate stories in a frigid climax of suggestive ’70s horror. . . . I reveled in Tully’s lonely, despairing, fatalistic tone.” —Too Much Horror Fiction