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The Black Lodge by Robert Weinberg eBook


 

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Robert Weinberg Presents
The Black Lodge eBook
by Robert Weinberg
 
In an old Chicago railroad house, a crack dealer is robbing his customer - a huge, shrouded figure with a thousand in cold cash and a featureless face. The pusher empties his .44 into the man, who is slammed against a wall by the bullets' force. But he rises unharmed - and slowly approaches his attacker with a meat cleaver. "My turn," he utters calmly.
 
He's the Dark Man, a force of evil...
 
In his office across town, psychic detective Sid Taine takes the case of beautiful socialite Angel Caldwell. She describes her husband Victor's association with the Black Lodge, and the threats against him by the mysterious Arelim - a name Taine recognizes as the master of white magic known through the centuries as the Avenging Angel...
 
...a force of good.
 
Sid Taine is about to discover the secrets of the Dark Man and Victor Caldwell - and much more. On the stage of a vast big-city arena, the terrifying heart of the Black Lodge will stand revealed to him in an apocalyptic showdown between good and evil...
 
"Scary, witty, suspenseful and fascinating, The Black Lodge is both a detective novel set on the seamy streets of Chicago and a roller coaster ride of horror and mystery. The kind of horror novel I love - taut prose combined with a journey through the dark occult country of fear. One of the top dark fantasies of the year." — Douglas Clegg
 
"Great fun - exciting, vivid, full of swift action, astonishing surprises, and fascinating occult lore. I defy any reader to walk away from it after the first chilling encounter with the Dark Man." — Hugh B. Cave

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