A vanishing corpse; a mistrustful policeman; a celebrated archaeologist and TV personality involved in the macabre rites of a primitive religious sect - these are just some of the dark ingredients of a novel whose every page is vibrant with menace.P. M. Hubbard has a disturbing talent for evoking terror in the most unlikely settings: in this case, a sleepy English village is shown to conceal a pit of horror, a terrifying nightmare world that destroys all who would uncover its secrets.
©1963 P. M. Hubbard (P)2013 Audible Ltd
No not at all. The story is hard to follow. It is not my cup of tea. Very disappointing.
The story line. I had to go back and relistened to what the story line was....
Yes, no acsent.
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