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Hour of the Serpent

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Violet and Johnny Dotson pull up stakes and relocate to the beautiful countryside near Asheville, North Carolina, in an attempt at starting over after a series of miscarriages that Violet has attributed to the presence of an evil snake. Unbeknownst to them they have actually been summoned there by an evil entity.

Locked away in a mountaintop mental institution, J.C., a myst
Published December 1st 2018 by Black Opal Books
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Jeanie Loiacono
Dec 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Hour of the Serpent is absolutely the best horror/thriller I have read in 30+ years. From the first paragraph to the last, he had me glued to the couch and turning pages. Holy smokes! You really do not know what will happen next, and then when it does, you are gasping. Infinito has a way of pulling you into the story; making you feel the sweat trickling down between your shoulder blades. I highly recommend this and his first that I read recently, A Wish to Die For. MORE! MORE!
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