Death Mask - Graham Masterton Reviews
Description:ISBN 0843957921 / Paperback: 323 pages / Publisher: Leisure Books / Published: 1 May 2009
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Graham Masterton Death Mask
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by - written on 24/11/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Graham Masterton writes horror, and he does this very well. Death Mask is the latest in a long line of his books that I've read and enjoyed, I'll tell you why below. The story starts with Molly, a painter who has her mother in-law Sissy staying with her, paints a rose that appears in the garden as a real flower. Sissy is a clairvoyant, and readings on her De Vane cards show signs of lots of bloody deaths that will be happening soon. The cards aren't wrong and it isn't long before a man with a red face starts to kill people in the Giley building in Cincinnati and it seems he can disappear just as quickly as he appears. He rushes into open elevators within the ... Read the complete review
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