When the Belzec concentration camp was liberated in 1945, no one could explain how a group of Jewish captives had not only survived but thrived, appearing better fed than their Nazi captors. Thirty-five years later in New York, the youths responsible for the murder of a rabbi’s son are found hideously slain, covered in a strange gray powder. What is the connection between these events? That is the mystery that Rachel Levy and Det. Roger Hawkins must unravel, a mystery that will hold readers spellbound as terrible truths emerge from the nightmare of the past.
This new edition of Bari Wood’s classic The Tribe (1981) features a new introduction by Grady Hendrix and the original paperback edition’s cover painting by Don Brautigam.
“Marvelous . . . had me nervous about going – Stephen King
“This terrifying tale will hold you shiveringly spellbound!” – Los Angeles Herald Examiner
“A compelling chiller . . . plenty of mystery and horror guaranteed to keep you reading far into the night!” – Washington Star