Description - Ghost in the Glass by Paul Simons
When a man is out to destroy you and everyone you love, your only option is to kill him. But how do you do that when he's already dead? Simon Hunter is the ex-husband from hell - or should that be limbo? When his wife, Stella, refuses to have him back even after he's kicked his drink habit and cleaned up his act, he commits suicide. But that's just the beginning of his plan to get back at her. From beyond the grave he starts to dismantle the new, potentially blissful life she has created for herself and the children - or is Stella just imagining that she keeps seeing him whenever danger looms? When her new husband calls in the help of psychologist Louis Toben there seems to be hope of a cure, but it's not long before Louis starts to doubt his own diagnosis of trauma-induced hallucination. Louis is drawn deeper and deeper into the world of spiritualism, ghostly possession and the powers of Satan, until he finds himself locked in the deadliest of battles with Hunter. Written with an expertise that makes even the most unthinkable horrors terrifyingly tangible, Ghost in the Glass smoulders, ignites, and then gathers the appalling momentum of a raging forest fire. Paul Simons is unsparing of his readers' shredded nerves as he constructs this intelligent psychological thriller - and delivers a stunningly original twist on the classic tale of good versus evil.
Buy Ghost in the Glass by Paul Simons from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
Format: Paperback / softback
(203mm x 127mm x 24mm)
New Generation Publishing
Publisher: New Generation Publishing
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