Like Death

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Leisure Books, Nov 29, 2004 - Fiction - 374 pages
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Mystery writer Scott Raymond remains haunted by the murder of his parents many years ago, and when he ventures to Ash Creek to research a new book, he finds himself drawn into a literal world of shadow where his nightmares become all too real. Original.

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User Review  - Carl_Alves - LibraryThing

In Like Death, true crime journalist Scott Raymond witnessed the brutal murder of his family as a child. Despite that, he has managed to settle into a somewhat normal life with his wife and child ... Read full review

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User Review  - readafew - LibraryThing

This book was not what I was expecting. I was expecting dark fantasy, this is fairly dark supernatural horror. I found it actually a bit disturbing and was debating if I could make it through the book ... Read full review


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Tim Waggoner's novels include "Pandora Drive" and "Like Death" (Leisure Books), "A Nightmare on Elm Street: Protege" (Black Flame), "Godfire: The Orchard of Dreams," "Godfire: Heart's Wound," "Necropolis" (Five Star), "Exalted: A Shadow Over Heaven's Eye," "Dark Ages: Gangrel" (White Wolf), "Defender: Hyperswarm" (I-Books), and "The Harmony Society" (Prime Books). He is also the author of the short story collection "All Too Surreal" (Prime Books). He is the author of two books in the Dragonlance: The New Adventures series, "Temple of the Dragonslayer "and "Return of the Sorceress" (Mirrorstone), as well as many novels and short stories for teens and adults. He's published close to eighty short stories of horror and fantasy, and his articles on writing have appeared in "Writer's Digest," "Writers' Journal," and other publications. He teaches creative writing at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Visit him on the web at

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