Black Valley by Jim Brown

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From Jim Brown, author of the celebrated 24/7, comes a spine-tingling tale of a small town haunted by dark secrets.

When the citizens of Black Valley, a remote Oregon town, are terrorized by vicious, sadistic “Whitey” Dobbs–nicknamed for his shock of bone-white hair–five teenagers concoct a shiver-inducing act of revenge. But their plans to eliminate Whitey go terrifyingly awry, sending him on a rampage that plunges Black Valley into doom for generations to come. . . .

About Jim Brown

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Jim Brown is a broadcast journalist and a three-time winner of the Associated Press Best Newscast Award. For ten years he was a news anchor at the local NBC affiliate in Eugene, Oregon. He now lives in Fresno, California.
Published July 1, 2003 by Ballantine Books. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Most frequently, Dobbs returns to Black Valley in all his murderous glory to seek vengeance on the five men who as teenagers stuffed him in a coffin and laid him to rest in a deep grave on haunted Hawkins Hill.

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BLACK VALLEY opens with what could be called a "locked coffin" mystery --- what else do you call it when you lock someone in a.

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Reviewing the Evidence

In Black Valley, Oregon, some teenagers have come up with a shocking revenge scheme.

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Over two decades ago, five Black Valley, Oregon teens buried a still living Whitey Dobbs in the allegedly haunted Hawkins Hill.

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