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Brotherly Love & Other Tales of Faith and Knowledge

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For a brother, already alarmed at the disappearance of his sister, there can be nothing more disturbing than finding evidence she may not have been the only victim of the man who lives at Lavendar Hall. When the local police seem to take no interest in the matter, a loving brother cannot let the investigation lapse. He must find out the truth, whatever the cost...

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Hardcover, limited to 750 copies, unnumbered, unsigned, 276 pages
Published May 1999 by Pumpkin Books
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David Case (1937-2018) was born in upstate New York. Since the early 1960s he lived in London, as well as spending time in Greece and Spain. His acclaimed collection The Cell: Three Tales of Horror appeared in 1969, and it was followed by the novels Fengriffen: A Chilling Tale, Wolf Tracks, and The Third Grave. His other collections include Brotherly Love and Other Tales of Trust and Knowledge, ...more