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The Hymn (1991)

by Graham Masterton

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Frankly, a ridiculous storyline with characters which were so unbelievable i.e an elderly Nazi who could burn people by looking at them, his nymphomaniac associate who was going to live forever, the blind injun boy with extraordinary perception etc. But I read the whole book very quickly and to my surprise enjoyed it as it was so out of kilt and I can only believe that Masterton intented that people would see this a fun book that was so outrageous it became funny. ( )
  wyn | Sep 29, 2008 |
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While investigating the death of his fiance+a7e, who burned herself to death with a smile on her face, Lloyd Denman learns that she has become a Salamander, a creature of fire and smoke-made flesh. Reprint.

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