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I do understand that pulp novels are not exactly the epitome of literature, but they can certainly be page-turners and satisfy the needs for some cheap thrills once in a while. Ehemaliges Büchereiexemplar mit den üblichen Signaturen, Einband mit Schutzfolie verstärkt, sonst jedoch gutes Exemplar.
Moon - James Herbert
Author Herbert received his school education from a Catholic school known as ‘Our Lady of the Assumption’, located in Bethnal Green. Born in London,  Herbert was the son of Herbert Herbert,  a stall-holder at London's Brick Lane Market. And he can feel the malignant insanity of the perpetrator seeping into him more and more with the arrival of each vision.But then, all of a sudden Childes found that he was again experiencing more of the unnerving and disorientating visions.
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horror seeping into his mind like poisonous tendrils, voilent acts that were hideously macabre, the thoughts becoming intense. Years ago I read Once by Herbert, which I didn't particularly care for and it sort of turned me off the author.Haunted, the story of a sceptical paranormal investigator taunted by malicious ghosts, began life as a screenplay  for the BBC, though this was not the screenplay used in the eventual film version.
Moon (Audio Download): James Herbert, Jonathan Keeble Moon (Audio Download): James Herbert, Jonathan Keeble
Now, almost three years since his relocation, and thirty-four-year-old Childes was finally feeling reasonably secure in his new life. Indeed, Herbert has once again shifted his style of writing, adopting something between a supernatural mystery and a serial killer thriller – all with one heck of a bite when it gets the chance.
This time, not only is he seeing what the murderer is doing, but the killer is aware of Childes, too. Herbert had previously tackled the theme of reincarnation in his fourth novel, Fluke, the fantasy story of a dog who somehow remembers his previous life as a human being. I’m fascinated by the way that authors deal with technology, especially when they’re writing about it in its infancy.