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Demon's Door (Jim Rook, Book 7) by Graham Masterton

By Graham Masterton

The 7th Jim Rook novel from the grasp of supernatural horror - Remedial English instructor and psychic Jim Rook has been feeling out of varieties all summer season, and at the first day of the autumn semester he runs over and kills his puppy cat, Tiddles. yet midway via his first-class, enigmatic new Korean pupil Kim Dong Wook arrives . . . with a present: a basket containing Tiddles, alive once again. The Korean spirit Kwisin, Jim is advised, is asserting “thank you” prematurely. yet what for? Jim can’t support yet suppose deeply uneasy . . .

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He leaned forward and tapped his pipe in a glass ashtray on the coffee table. When he did, the worn leather chair made a slow whining sound. It sounded a lot like money. “Still, he was a good man, trustworthy. ” When he sat back, I felt like a spotlight had shifted. Right then I remembered where I was. I was sitting in a private room in an exclusive club across from someone who ran more illegal business in town than anyone else. This was not someone you came in on unprepared, and if I had any doubt about it, all I had to do was look at the two men standing in the corner behind him.

I repeated myself. ” He took off his helmet and adjusted the strap as he spoke. “Someone planted an incendiary device in the alley. There was a timer, but it must not have worked right. Instead of exploding, it caught fire. You’re lucky to have this much left. ” ~ I headed down the street to use the payphone outside Miller’s Drug store. I wanted to call Ava and let her know I was going to be late. If Lewis had seen someone, I wanted to talk to him before he picked up that day’s bottle. I looked at my watch.

One of my headlights is out, and I wonder if I’ll get pulled over tonight. I can’t look at Tanya. “You don’t even know what that means,” Tanya says. ” Megan says. “I heard Mom talking about it. ” Tanya takes a cigarette from her purse. “You can’t smoke in here,” I say. “It’s my Dad’s car. ” She puts it back, and takes a beer from the brown bag by her feet. She opens the bottle and turns back toward Megan. ” Megan doesn’t answer. She’s leaning against the door, staring out into the darkness. Tanya hands me the beer.

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