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Into the Dark

by Andrew Jennings

Condition: Fine

Oswaltwistle Lancashire: Parallel Universe Publications, 2016. As new, fine copy of this novel. In stock now, straight from the publisher. Andrew Jennings' horror crime noir novel Into the Dark is Parallel Universe's nineteenth book. "There's a serial killer at loose in London. Janice, who has a chronic fear of the dark, stumbles into a relationship with the man who may secretly be the murderer. Neither know that in the North of England, in a place previously owned by his dead mother, activities are taking place that may unleash a horror that could spell the end of civilisation in Britain - an ancient evil that would make the activities of any serial killer look like child's play by comparison. Could a psychotic killer be the only man capable of ending this?" . First. Trade Paperback. Fine. Horror.


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