Denny answered the phone.
He was forbidden to ever answer the phone, but at 16, he figured his dad’s rule was just stupid.
And Denny is soon plunged into a terrifying ordeal of revenge and madness for a horrific incident that happened 25 years before.
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Unable to understand how his father can accept the harassment so passively, John Paul's son Denny, 16, answers the telephone one afternoon and finds himself listening to the friendly, seductive voice of Lulu.| Read Full Review of In the Middle of the Night
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