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What Happened at Heath-Cliff Hall

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It seemed to be the cry of a dog, unbroken and feral, and it persisted for nearly a minute, tapering from its initial brutish blast into a long-drawn and tremulous animal quavering. More yowls immediately answered it. They were louder than typical dogs, and their voices far more varied, and the weird notion dawned on me that, perhaps, they were not dogs at all, but people ...more
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Article first published as Book Review: What Happened At Heath-Cliff Hall by C. M. Groover on Blogcritics.

Occasionally in life, an experience will come along that will shake the foundations of your belief system. Many find themselves immeasurably changed by such an experience.

In What Happened At Heath-Cliff Hall by C.M. Groover, we are given a glimpse into a unique and deadly life-one in which the answers seem strange and unbelievable. Dr. Jargon and his assistant are hired to do a job. The doc
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