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Dead Man's Song (Pine Deep Trilogy #2)

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2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

A must read for horror fans

Pine Deep, Pennsylvania is known as the most haunted place in the United States. Every October, tourists flock to the small town enabling the local business to make enough money to live off of during the winter months. When a car breaks down with three Philadelphia mo...
Pine Deep, Pennsylvania is known as the most haunted place in the United States. Every October, tourists flock to the small town enabling the local business to make enough money to live off of during the winter months. When a car breaks down with three Philadelphia mobsters inside including psychopath Karl Ruger on Guthrie land, thy terrorized the family and killed- the patriarch before Ruger went down.--------------- When Ruger awakens in the hospital, he tries to kill Crow who thought he killed him. The police put him down. One of the other criminals is dead and the third missing and seen around town although he should be dead with all the bullets in him. The missing criminal been turned by the evil thing that lurks beneath the swamp in Dark Hollow. Some believe it is a monster that died thirty years ago. Ruger somehow left the morgue with his intelligence intact, but has stepped beyond the living. Other townsfolk are secretly being turned so the Red Wave can hit on Halloween Eve. Crow knows something evil blankets Pine Deep and he must stop it but first he must save his lover who has been targeted by Ruger. ------------------------ With only one fiction novel to his credit, Jonathan Maberry shows the skills of a top horror writer. DEAD MAN┬┐S SONG keeps the audience wondering whether supernatural killers are at work or human predators as the strong cast insures readers will not know until the climax. Keep the lights on afterward because this one leaves you with the shivers.------------ Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Sorta recommended

The author subverts himself with hackneyed exposition of essentially a hackneyed undead superevil presence threatening small town with potentially cosmicly disruptive evil.

But...it clicks enough to work on a plot and character level--you care enough to keep turning ...
The author subverts himself with hackneyed exposition of essentially a hackneyed undead superevil presence threatening small town with potentially cosmicly disruptive evil.

But...it clicks enough to work on a plot and character level--you care enough to keep turning the pages to see what happens and how the Evil One is averted and the bad guys doing his bidding are foiled.

posted by Sparky_the_Wonder_Dog on December 14, 2011

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