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Death House by Andrea D'Allasandra
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Death House

by Andrea D'Allasandra

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0759641714, Paperback)

More terrifying than Hannibal or Psycho!
A remote mountain chalet, six guests trapped by a raging blizzard, and a horrifying lunatic on the prowl, whose passion is to butcher and mutilate everyone in his path. One by one, the nightmarish Benji tracks down his desperate prey, mimicking their voices, then proudly wearing their scalps.
In the end, the last victim, Liz Johnson, desperately flees into the blizzard to escape certain murder--only to realize she will die even faster out in the freezing storm.
She is forced to return to the Death House--and play a deadly game of cat and mouse with a demonic madman.
In the grand tradition of Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, author Andrea D'Allasandra weaves a feverish study of nightmarish terror, perfect reading for a wintry night, with the wind howling down the chimney -- and guaranteed to make you double-lock your door!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:20 -0400)

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