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The Midnight Tour by Richard Laymon

The Midnight Tour (1998)

by Richard Laymon

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Just the follow-up the Beast House. Richard Laymon did a really good job, he usually is not one of the authors I follow. I really enjoyed the Beast House books. ( )
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Beast House has a notorious history. Starting in 1903, this quaint Victorian in Malcasa, CA, has been the scene of repeated gruesome rapes and murders by "beasts" - a sort of mutated missing link, hairless like humans but powerful like apes with rending claws and fangs among their unique features. But the beasts are all dead now, or are they? Take "the midnight tour" of the house and find out.
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For years morbid tourists have flocked to the Beast House, eager to see the infamous site of so many unspeakable atrocities, to hear tales of the beast said to prowl the hallways.

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