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Head of Zeus
Black Angel
Black Angel: nightmarish horror from a true master by Graham Masterton

'One of Britain's finest horror writers' DAILY MAIL

In a city wreathed in fog,
a satanic killer stalks the streets...

Enter Lieutenant Foggia who, assisted by a spiritualist medium, must discover the reason for the slayings. But the truth he unearths is beyond anything he's encountered in the real world. For the killings are paving the way for a force so powerful that the lives of a few innocents will appear unimportant in comparison...

Packed with twists, and laced with spiritualism, witchcraft and demonology, Black Angel moves at a break-neck pace from its stomach-churning opening to the explosive final confrontation between man and demon.

'One of the most original and frightening storytellers of our time' PETER JAMES
'A true master of horror' JAMES HERBERT
'God, he's good' STEPHEN KING

Head of Zeus * Horror
18 May 2017 * 432pp * £3.99 * 9781786695567
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'A true master of horror'
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Author
Graham Masterton
Graham Masterton
Graham Masterton became a newspaper reporter at the age of 17 and was appointed editor of Penthouse magazine at only 24. His career as an author spans many genres, including horror, thriller, and sex advice books. His first horror novel, The Manitou, became a bestseller and was made into a film starring Tony Curtis. In 2019, Graham was given a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Horror Writers Association. The Prix Graham Masterton for the best horror fiction in French has been awarded annually for the past ten years, and four years ago he established an annual award for short stories written by inmates in Polish prisons. He is also the author of the Katie Maguire series of crime thrillers, which have sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. He is currently working on new horror and crime novels. Visit www.grahammasterton.co.uk
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