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A family searches for the perfect vacation spot-and finds perfect horror-when their daughter's disappearance is attributed to a legendary creature who lives in the woods.

Praise for Owl Goingback...

The suspense of a Clive Barker or Dean Koontz. (Kirkus Reviews)

Not to be read late at night. (San Francisco Examiner)

Goingback understands what makes horror fiction tick. (The Arizona Republic)

Goingback has a talent for creating heart-stopping scenes....frightening. (Sun-Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale)

Owl Goingback is a natural storyteller who will be spinning his tales for a long time to come. (Martin H. Greenberg)

Goingback writes the elemental scare, the campfire tale, that's all too rare these days. (Gothic.net)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780451202918
  • Publisher: Signet
  • Publication date: 5/8/2001
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 4.26 (w) x 6.72 (h) x 0.96 (d)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    thrilling horror story

    Robert and Janet Patterson wanted to escape the humdrum days of living in St. Louis when they went on vacation, but also satisfy their ten-year-old daughter Krissy¿s desires. They go to Florida where they will camp and fish for a few days at remote Blackwater before rejoining the masses at Disneyworld. <P> However, the idyllic camping trip turns nasty when the evil spirit of the century and a half-dead Mansa Du Paul calls for Krissy to join him in the nearby woods. When Krissy vanishes, the Pattersons panic. The only hope to rescue their beloved daughter and to avoid following her into some sort of mystical incarceration is Indian Jimmy Cypress. Being the guardian of the black lagoon, he knows he must fight to the death the Voodoo practitioner Du Paul, but wonders if he strong is enough to kill a dead person. <P> EVIL WHISPERS is a hair raising, thrilling horror story that takes the audience on quite a ride. The story line never slows down as an everyday loving family finds itself battling an evil outside their ken. Jimmy is a hero willing to enter hell in order to perform his inherited duties as the guardian. Fans who relish a taut frightening chiller will want to read this tale and know that they will not be going back to King or Koontz until they read award winning Owl Goingback¿s previous works (see CROTA). <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2001

    Praise for Mr Goingback

    Now here is an author who is knows the legends myths and tales of the American Indians and put the scariest face on them to scare us during the day and night.I read 'Darker Than Night' in the dark hours of night and couldn't sleep for 48 hrs. An honest to god scary thriller that should be made a movie

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