The Edgar Award-winning author of The Telling of Tales returns with a psychological thriller set in a Toronto mental hospital. Lilah Kemp, a sometime spiritualist, inadvertently lets Kurtz, the diabolical character from Conrad's Heart of Darkness out of page 92--and can't get him back in.
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Review: HeadhunterUser Review - Kate - Goodreads
Heart of Darkness (and The Great Gatsby) for an ageing civilisation that hasn't learned from history. Eerie and effective, but scattered a little more than need be for the desired effect and ultimately will leave you primarily with the longing to re-read Conrad who says it all better. Read full review
Review: HeadhunterUser Review - Nathan Burgoine - Goodreads
Liliah Kemp, librarian, spiritualist, schizophrenic, inadvertently lets Kurtz out of page 92 of "Heart of Darkness" and onto the streets of a slightly future-set Toronto streets. The counterpoint of ... Read full review