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Thirteen Days by Sunset Beach [Hardcover] by Ramsey Campbell

HORROR NOVEL - Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover. A signed and numbered edition limited to 100 copies is also available.
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Product Code : 978-1-848639-32-4
Product Brand : PS Publishing
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A NOVEL by Ramsey Campbell
CATEGORY Horror
PUBLICATION DATE  October 2015
COVER ART  Tomislav Tikulin

PAGES 342


EDITIONS
Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover — ISBN 
978-1-848639-31-7  [£20]
100 JHC signed by Ramsey Campbell  — ISBN 978-1-848639-32-4 [£40]


ABOUT THE BOOK
 
It’s Ray’s and Sandra’s first family holiday in Greece, on the newly developed island of Vasilema. The family weren’t to know that the skies are cloudier above the island than anywhere else in Greece, and they’re mostly intrigued by the local eccentricities and customs—the lack of mirrors, the outsize beach umbrellas, the saint’s day celebrated with an odd nocturnal ritual. Only why are there islanders who seem to follow the family wherever they go? Why do Sandra and the teenage grandchildren have strangely similar dreams? “I was in this huge place with no light and I didn’t want to see. Something sounded... huge.” And has Sandra been granted a wish she didn’t even know she made? Before their holiday is over, some of the family may learn more than they can bear about the secret that keeps the island alive...

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Matt Cowen-HorrorDelve.com-5 Stars

I very much enjoyed THIRTEEN DAYS BY SUNSET BEACH. Ramsey’s ability to convey the persistent impression that terrible things are slinking just beneath the surface of normal, everyday life is masterfully on display here, presented in such a way whereas you understand why the characters experiencing these events don’t take off screaming back to the safety of their homes. The protagonists struggle with holding onto the plausible explanations for everything they’re experiencing or give into accepting their less-plausible, supernatural alternatives. At only 224 pages, this tale of quiet terror set on an exotic resort island is another classic by a true master of the genre.