Twist of Fate: The Locket

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Fawcett Crest, 1997 - Fiction - 86 pages
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His career as president of the First National Bank threatened by a troubling audit, Jules Hartwick is further disturbed when he receives a mysterious silver locket that, once opened, sets off a terrifying chain of events, in the second of a six-part serial saga. Original.

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Review: Twist of Fate: The Locket (Blackstone Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Alexandra Simon - Goodreads

I wasn't aware that the Elizabeth in this series is the same Elizabeth as the one in Suffer the Children, or that Melissa is the same Melissa as the one in Second Child. #TheMoreYouKnow Read full review

Review: Twist of Fate: The Locket (Blackstone Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Lana Hart - Goodreads

This is one of my favorites out of the whole series. You really get into the mind of the asylum patient who first owned this locket before it was grotesquely ripped away from her, and its contemporary ... Read full review

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Saul has several major themes in his horror fiction; children as victims, and sometimes perpetrators, of evil; technology used for horrific ends; and occult occurrences (is it something external or internal that causes the horrible things to happen to his characters?). While Saul's earlier work has been noted for its extremely gruesome quality, in his later writing Saul is trying to restrain that aspect of his fiction. Often his plots revolve around hidden, secret evil that is discovered by an innocent person, who must then battle against seemingly impossible odds to defeat the demon.

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