Drowned Night: A Novel of the Abbadon Inn

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Berkley Books, 2005 - Fiction - 324 pages
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Renew your reservation at the Abbadon Inn--horror is back in season.

Burned-out New York City cop Ted McShane and his wife Liz are the new proprietors of the Abbadon Inn on the shore in Victorian Cape May. But two chilling disappearances have locals fearing that a legendary, bloodthirsty creature has been roused. And after one hundred years in hiding, it's very, very hungry.

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User Review  - Karen Gore - Goodreads

Did not complete...too much evil for my taste. Read full review

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User Review  - Sj Willing - Goodreads

Was dissappointed. Not particularly scary, maybe because I haven't come in at the first book of the series. But not intrigued enough to feel I HAVE to buy the next book. Interesting, but not a must have. Read full review

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