Mine

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Pocket Books, 1990 - Fiction - 442 pages
Robert McCammon captivates readers and stretches the boundaries of imagination with every new book he writes. There are now over 5 million copies of his books in print, and his last three novels, The Wolf's Hour, Stinger, and Swan Song, were New York Times bestsellers, earning him accolades as one of the most innovative storytellers of our time. In Mine, McCammon takes the reader beyond terror . . . into one woman's shocking world of madness and obsesion.

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User Review  - Eric_J._Guignard - LibraryThing

REVIEWED: Mine WRITTEN BY: Robert R. McCammon PUBLISHED: May, 1990 A fast-paced thriller that will keep you turning the pages. A psychotic woman, trapped in the delusions of her revolutionary hippie ... Read full review

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Title: A twisted past and a horrifying present collide Summary: This is the story of two women that are brought together by a time in history when they thought that they could change the world. One ... Read full review

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Robert R. McCammon is a popular horror fiction writer. He was born in 1952 in Birmingham, Alabama and attended the University of Alabama. After college he spent a number of years working in advertising for bookstores in Birmingham, where he still lives. McCammon's first novel, "Baal," was published in 1978. He quickly joined the group of horror writers that includes Stephen King, Dean R. Koontz, and Anne Rice, who write suspenseful stories with modern-day settings. He has published over two dozen books to date. With the publication of "Boy's Life" in 1991, McCammon left behind the horror genre, noting that he finds real life horrifying enough these days. While there are some aspects of the supernatural in "Boy's Life," it is more a story of growing up in a small Southern town.

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