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Don't sleep, Mary. Satan's night is near. He will take you and drown you in blood-drenched sin.  

Mary Taylor is happy now, married to the man she loves. The years of the Christian Home for Children are behind her, buried in the dark, unspoken folds of memory. But still she awakens to terror, to the hideous acts that gentle Mary would never, ever commit. And someone is killing the girls she knew at the Christian Home.  

The past is gathering, hurtling her toward a nightmare tide of apocalyptic horror ... Walpurgis Night ... the great witches' sabbat, the night when the powers of Hell unleash the evil within, the night of the endless screams ...

©1985 B. W. Battin (P)2018 David N. Wilson

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Mary, Mary your on my mind!

3.5 Mary has "blank spells" were she blanks out and doesn't remember anything that happens, or that she does, during this time. Slowly, weird pieces of info starts coming back to her concerning her childhood and what happens during these spells. She's an orphan and was raised by loving foster parents. Disturbed by these memories, she seeks the help from Dr. Carpenter, a psychiatrist. They uncover a secret plan that will end on Walpurgis Night, the great witches' sabbat. I listened to this one. It's read by Talmadge Ragan. She does a great job reading the story. I enjoyed listening to her very much. I liked the book but I wanted more witches! It's very obvious that's what's going on but the why is the mystery here. You'll just have to read or listen to it to find out why! * I requested this audio book in exchange for a review.*