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Strange Days

3.25  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
An ancient and evil entity-a monster from another dimension-has murdered Frank Talbort's wife, brother, and sister-in-law and stolen his identity. In possession of Frank's body, the monster embarks on a bloody killing spree that terrorizes San Francisco. Meanwhile, Frank desperately searches for a way back to three-dimensional time. He must re-enter the physical world if h ...more
Paperback, 332 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Helm Publishing (IL)
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There are a lot of sad things happening in the world these days and I am no stranger to empathy. When the announcement was made on the news about Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise’s upcoming nuptials, I won’t lie – I shed a tear. When I realized I was the only person in the country who wasn’t watching Lost – I was disheartened. And when that very nice policemen honked his horn while he rode his bike down the street – I admit it, I wept for him and his lost dreams. But I have to tell you, nothing was s ...more
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Out of body experience makes for an intriguing plot device in Fred Wiehe's latest contribution to the world of horror/suspense, the latest in a succession of novel-length works from The Burning to the more recent Starkville.
Louis Gear is a monster; more precisely, is inhabited by a monster. An ancient and diabolical evil dwells in Gear that has flitted from human body to body and life to life throughout centuries past, each existence devoted to destructive mayhem fueled by a relentless ad
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Fred Wiehe is a Writing Instructor for both children and adults, as well as a professional writer. He’s a member of the Horror Writers Association, yet his novels and stories crossover many genres. He's the author of the bestsellers Aleric: Monster Hunter and Fright House. His other novels/book include Starkville, Night Songs, The Burning, Strange Days, Holiday Madness: 13 Dark Tales for Halloween ...more
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