The Talisman - Robert Faulcon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099304406 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Robert Faulcon / 208 pages / Book published 1987-08-13 by Arrow Books
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by - written on 23/04/11, updated on 23/04/11 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The Talisman is the second in the five book Night Hunter series that follows the search by Dan Brady for his missing wife and children; taken from him, in his home, during a vicious attack conducted by a sinister cult known only as Arachne. A time of change is coming, evil forces are awakening and Dan Brady knows that the clock is ticking and time is rapidly working against him...... At the close of the last book, Brady was able to question one of his original attackers mere moments before his prisoner was assaulted by something unseen and highly, highly dangerous. The cult of Arachne knew that one of their number had been compromised, had failed in his task ... Read the complete review
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