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Into the Fire
     

Into the Fire

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by Richard Laymon
 

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Pretty, young Pamela was a very happy newlywed, with a loving husband and a beautiful home. But all that changed the night Rodney broke in. He’s been obsessed with Pamela since high school, and now he intends to make her his slave for life. He thinks they’ll be alone when he drives her out to the blazing desert But someone else is out there too - someone with a gun

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Pretty, young Pamela was a very happy newlywed, with a loving husband and a beautiful home. But all that changed the night Rodney broke in. He’s been obsessed with Pamela since high school, and now he intends to make her his slave for life. He thinks they’ll be alone when he drives her out to the blazing desert But someone else is out there too - someone with a gun.

Pamela hoped her nightmare was over when Rodney was shot, but something about her rescuer isn’t quite right. One thing is certain: she won’t be prepared for what she’ll find when he drives her to a tiny, isolated town baking in the desert sun. A town with very odd customs and a unique way of welcoming strangers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477837085
Publisher:
Amazon Publishing
Publication date:
03/25/2014
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.40(d)

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Into the Fire 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Rodney Pinkham tells his captive handcuffed Pamela that he has loved her from the moment he first saw her at Sally¿s thirteenth birthday party, but he figures she was like the others calling him piggy behind his back. Since his obsession took hold, he calmly as a matter of fact informs her that he has killed fifteen females and her husband Jim to get to her. No one, but he is to have her as she will be his slave for life. He takes her into the Mohave ......................... She tries to escape and in the subsequent brawl Rodney is about to kill her when the shot is fired and he falls off her with a bullet in his forehead. Pamela is on a strange bus filled with mannequins and a driver who insists on nobody talking to him while he is at the wheel. When he stops to dump Rodney¿s corpse he introduces himself as Sharpe. Quiet Norman picks up Duke and Boots, but soon the trio meets up with the glory bus that Sharpe is driving to Pits, California. Not all will ever leave the bus those who do cannot leave town which has a population in single digits Pamela knows she has jumped INTO THE FIRE...................... Richard Laymon writes a weird horror tale that leaves the audience wondering what eerie escape will occur next forcing the beguiled stunned fan into a one sitting read. The story line never slows down from the moment Rodney informs his prisoner of his fixation until the final mannequin count. INTO THE FIRE is a dark grim tale that stars fully developed characters in nightmarish environs with judgment day occurring in the Mojave Desert with sentencing being an eternal bus ride.............. Harriet Klausner
LC112648LC More than 1 year ago
Into The Fire ... Kind of a weird concept but the book kept me anxious to read what was going to happen. Very suspenseful - would highly recommend this author for a good suspenseful book on anything he wreites.l
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Lindsie More than 1 year ago
Normally Richard Laymon writes really gruesome tales involving sex and horror. 'Into the fire' was a bit different. Not so much a horror tale, but an odd tale about a weird town that saves people from harm. That is until 3 wayward teens make their way there, and wreak havoc onto all of the population (6). A pretty good book, but in my eyes a little bit different from Laymons other lustful/gory tales. If your a fan read it. Just a horror fan looking for a nice scary story? Then maybe you should pass.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago