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Putnam's, Nov 1, 1989 - Fiction - 219 pages
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Peculiar things happen at the Mariell family residence: corridors are suddenly choked by the heat of unseen fires and echo with the chilling sound of a child's distant laughter. And not even skeptical supernatural investigator David Ash knows how to combat the home's terrible secret.

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Agatha Christie buffs will derive amusement as well as information from this little book. Clues to the personal life of Christie's Belgian detective are sparse, but Hart has assiduously collected them ... Read full review


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JAMES HERBERT is Britian's number one bestselling author of horror fiction. He has held this position ever since the publication of his first novel, and has grown to become one of Britain's greatest popular novelists. His novels have been translated into thirty-three languages. His nineteen previous novels have sold more than 50 million copies worldwide.

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