The ancient cave system in southern France held paintings that were a doorway to humanity's past. Unfortunately for a small group of people in the local village of Montignac, they were also a doorway to an unspeakable evil - and they had woken it from its ancient slumber.
Robert A. Taylor weaves a mystifying spine-tingler with Lovecraftian overtones that stands modestly on the shoulders of such giants as August Derleth, Robert Bloch, and Henry James. The deftness of his prose parallels the steady hand of a skillful surgeon, cutting ever so adroitly into the skin of our dreams to expose the malignancy of our primal fears. For the lover of the thrice-told chilling tale, The Lascaux Nightmare is a bloodfeast. - George Wier, author of Long Fall From Heaven and the Bill Travis Mysteries
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About the Author
The founder of Today In Alternate History, the chronicle of important events in history that never happened, which prompted USA Today to declare, "We're working on arrangements to relocate ourselves - staff, site and all - to the inside of Robbie Taylor's head..."