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Richard Laymon is very good at making me feel uncomfortable when I read his books. And I don't mean in an "I have to put this down and go for a walk to clear my head" kind of way. I mean in a really good way. He's a horror writer. He's supposed to make you uncomfortable. Stephen King does the same thing, although in a more psychological way. But Richard Laymon doesn't think twice about cutting people up and having dismembered arms falling about everywhere, or pools of blood forming at the bottom of an ancient rickety set of wooden stairs. The Beast House is no exception to this Richard Laymon freak me out rule - telling the story of a house where something horrible happened many years before now serving as a spooky tourist attraction. And, to be honest, all those stupid people that keep finding their way into it after midnight really do deserve all they get. A great read from the master of gore
Author Gorman Hardy is hot on the trail of another bestseller and if half what's said about Malcasa Point is true, he's bound to make a killing. Petite and pretty Tyler and sexy Nora visit Malcasa full of expectation. But Malcasa Point is a place of pain, bestiality and death in The Beast House.