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Midnight Voices
by John Saul

Category: Fiction / Horror
352 pages; ISBN: 0345433319

Rating: 9/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Harriet Klausner


When Brad Evan’s was killed while jogging in Central Park at night, he had ignored the feeling he was being watched for the past ten weeks. His death leaves his widow Caroline broken hearted and broke. She takes a job working in an antique store where she meets Irene Delamond who lives at the Rockwell at 100 Central Park West, a building more exclusive than the Dakota.

Irene takes an immediate liking to Caroline and decides to set her up with Anthony Fleming, one of the Rockwell tenants. Within a year, Carolina marries Anthony and she and her children from her first marriage move into 100 Central Park West where the tenants, most of them elderly, take an extraordinary interest in the two youngsters. It isn’t until Caroline stumbles upon something terrifying in her husband’s office at home that she realizes that Anthony and his friends want something more from her and the children than friendship.

Fans of Stephen King and Dean Koontz will be thrilled with the latest offering of John Saul. MIDNIGHT VOICES is a chilling work of horror that slowly but believably builds toward an inevitable climax. Readers will love Caroline who will do whatever it takes to protect her children from those malevolent Dorian Gray like beings wearing the mask of mortality.

Harriet Klausner


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