Before Thomas E. Fuller died he asked Brad Strickland to collaborate with him on a Lovecraftian novel. The end result was The Dancer in the Dark, which Strickland has just released in a digital edition for only $3.99.
Description: When cantankerous Professor Cletus Tremaine receives a summons to the hills of North Georgia to consult on an archaeological discovery, he doesn’t dream that the trip will uncover the secrets of an ancient, hidden evil. With each step, the thing hidden in the Malatowa Mounds increasingly gains strength, and its stirring transforms the sleepy little area to a scene of stark horror.
Intriguing, fast-paced, and taut, the novel builds suspense all the way to a mind-shattering climax, a confrontation between good and evil that will spell death for some and – just perhaps – escape for others.
The Dancer in the Dark is a tale of Lovecraftian horror that will haunt your nightmares.
You can pick up the Kindle edition here: The Dancer in the Dark
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