Apocalypse

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iUniverse, Dec 12, 2007 - Fiction
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In 1735, Jessica Cooper drives her buggy to a large field in Greenwich Village to greet her husband, Nick. She finds him making love to another woman, quickly retreats unnoticed, and makes her way back home in horror. Upon Nick's return, Jessica poisons him and buries his body in their house at 17 Barrow Street.Two centuries later, Jessica is reborn in Greenwich Village, only this time her name is Rebecca, and it's "her" turn to fool around. She has an affair with neurosurgeon John Grover. Following the brutal murder of John's wife, Rebecca marries him. That's when things start to go bump in the night at 17 Barrow Street. While Dr. Grover's first wife and Rebecca's previous husband may be physically gone, they're not leaving quietly in spirit."Apocalypse: Shadow Asylum" features a disturbing and provocative series of events laced with deceit, treachery, revenge, and the supernatural."Fear The Dead" gives this book 10 slashes out of 10. "The most entertaining book I have read in years.""The Black Star News"-NYC: "Each page leaves you hungry for what's next."

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Pros: I can't ask for more romance, back-stabbing and horror Cons: I was totally involved in reading this book. Apocalypse: Shadow Asylum by Sandy King pulled me in from the time I started reading ... Read full review

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