Places In The Dark - Thomas H. Cook Reviews
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In Autumn 1937 a mysterious woman appears in Port Alma, nestled o ...
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by - written on 15/01/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Getting between two brothers is never a good idea, just ask Cain and Abel. Since these two fellas the concept of driving a wedge between siblings turns up time and time again. Most of the time it's not God's willingness to accept sacrifice that draws them apart, but something far more common and far more base - sex. What is it with fictional women and their need to split up a family? When a mysterious woman enters town the best thing to do is stay clear of them, they are obviously a succubus sent to kill you or one of your brothers. According to books like 'Places in the Dark' one of you is going to end up dead, just try to make sure it's not you! 'Places ... Read the complete review
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