Matheson's Town by Jonathan Hanna

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In the small Nebraskan retirement town of Drewly, evil hides. As the folks go about their day-to-day business without a care in the world, evil grows. The locals know about the malevolence that dwells just beneath the surface. It has been there for centuries, but they believe if they leave it alone, it will leave them alone. Just when the folks of Drewly think it can never happen again, evil strikes. When Courteney Wilfred, a working girl from New York City, is violently murdered in Drewly, her best friend and reporter, Lisa Evans, heads to Drewly in search of answers. Lisa hates the place, in the beginning, but the longer she stays the more it grows on her. She strikes up a friendship with a bellhop from her hotel, Tom, and with Henry, an old native of the town whose daughter has also been murdered. A close relationship she develops with one of Drewly's favorite sons, Sean Matheson, leads her closer to the truth behind her friend's death and brings her face to face with a terrifying nightmare that challenges her sense of reality, and threatens to swallow her world whole.
 

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Published September 25, 2003 by iUniverse. 212 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror. Fiction

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