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This Evil Village by Marilyn Ross

This Evil Village (1977)

by Marilyn Ross

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Beautiful young Sophie was heiress to the Stewart pride and passion - but now she had a far more fearful legacy. Her grandfather had left her his life's dream - a fairy tale into which he had poured his fortune. And Sophie was determined to rescue this place from the nightmare horror that possessed it.

Sophie refused to heed warnings about the beast-man lusting after all who ventured into this dark domain. She tried to still her doubts about the handsome suitor who made so many glowing promises and told so many chilling lies. She refused to believe her own eyes as she saw the dead come to lethal life and the living plunged into hellish death. But there was no escape from the closing jaws of the truth - this village was the Devil's playground, and she was his toy....
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