The Evil One

The Evil One One bleak black March night the innocent began to dieCome with Sandy Willis on a hideous journey into the nightmare world of horror into the old haunted house in Windrow Place where the forces of

  • Title: The Evil One
  • Author: J.N. Williamson
  • ISBN: 9780821721445
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • One bleak, black, March night, the innocent began to dieCome with Sandy Willis on a hideous journey into the nightmare world of horror into the old haunted house in Windrow Place, where the forces of evil anxiously await.Come with Sandy through a web of all consuming fear as she discovers, lurking in the recesses of her deepest, darkest thoughts, another mind that oOne bleak, black, March night, the innocent began to dieCome with Sandy Willis on a hideous journey into the nightmare world of horror into the old haunted house in Windrow Place, where the forces of evil anxiously await.Come with Sandy through a web of all consuming fear as she discovers, lurking in the recesses of her deepest, darkest thoughts, another mind that of senile, sinister, mad Maggie Keeler.Come with Sandy as she tries to unravel the terrifying secrets of the past, because now old Maggie s mysterious powers are being directed against the very people Sandy loves the most, and only she, with her untested psychic skills, stands between them and the Evil One.

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    1. Gerald Neal Williamson April 17, 1932 December 8, 2005 wrote and edited horror stories under the name J N Williamson He also write under the name Julian Shock.Born in Indianapolis, IN he graduated from Shortridge High School He studied journalism at Butler University He published his first novel in 1979 and went on to publish than 40 novels and 150 short stories In 2003 he received a lifetime achievement award from the Horror Writers of America He edited the critically acclaimed How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy Science Fiction 1987 which covered the themes of such writing and cited the writings of such writers as Robert Bloch, Lee Prosser, Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, H P Lovecraft, August Derleth, William F Nolan, and Stephen King Many important writers in the genre contributed to the book Williamson edited the popular anthology series, Masques Some of his novels include The Ritual 1979 , Playmates 1982 , Noonspell 1991 , The Haunt 1999 , among others.He was also a well known Sherlockian and received his investiture The Illustrious Client in the Baker Street Irregulars in 1950.Source

    2. Back in the early '80s when Stephen King was new and setting the world on fire, the Leisure/Pinnacle/Kensington/Zebra groups were putting out horror novels as fast as they could get their presses to print. Most had die-cut, garish covers designed to attract attention in the drug-store and bus station spin-racks; many of them were very bad, some were pretty good, a few were excellent, and most were entertaining but flawed in one way or another. Williamson produced a lot of novels during this peri [...]

    3. This book sucks so bad I couldn't get past the first 30 pages if you're interested in reading it you can pick it up at the local thrift store

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