Riverwatch

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Simon & Schuster, Sep 1, 2003 - Fiction
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"IT HAS WAITED....IT HAS HUNGERED.... When Jake Caruso and his construction team find a hidden tunnel in the cellar of the old Blake mansion in the sleepy hamlet of Harrington Falls, Jake can't wait to explore its depths. There, he finds an even greater mystery: a stone chamber that's been covered up for hundreds of years -- sealed shut by some long-forgotten warden. IT HAS BEEN UNLEASHED. When the ancient seal is broken, a reign of terror and death consumes the town's residents. Something is stalking them -- something that strikes in the darkness without warning or mercy, leaving a trail of innocent blood in its wake -- and Jake comes to realize the nightmarish truth of what he has set free. It is an evil born of ages past. A creature of eternal bloodlust. And it has risen to continue its endless slaughter...."

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In Riverwatch, Jake Caruso and his construction crew, while performing construction on the old Blake mansion, come across a hidden tunnel. This piques Jake's interests, and he feels compelled to ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Joseph Nassise lives in Arizona with his wife and four children. He is the current president of the Horror Writers Association and a member of the Arizona Authors Association. "Riverwatch" is his first novel, and was nominated for both the 2001 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel and for the International Horror Guild Award for Outstanding Achievement in a First Novel in 2001. His next novel, "Heretic, " is forthcoming from Pocket Books.

Visit him on the web at http: //www.josephnassise.com or E-mail him at author@josephnassise.com.

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