Keith Pyeatt

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Keith Pyeatt

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Stephen King, Tony Hillerman, Anne Rice, F. Paul Wilson

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I've always loved paranormal and psychological thrillers, and I combine elements from those genres in my novels. I particularly enjoy creating all sorts of characters: likeable, despicable, tortured, and those "gray" characters you can't quite decide whether to love or hate. ...more

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Dark Knowledge

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Struck

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Above Haldis Notch

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(Letter 16, 1657)”
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