Quietus by Vivian Schilling

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Survivors of a plane crash find their lives strangely haunted.

About Vivian Schilling

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Vivian Schilling is a screenwriter and novelist whose previous works have won the Saturn Award and the Golden Scroll Award for Outstanding Achievement in Literature.
Published January 22, 2002 by Hannover House. 600 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Kylie is convinced her memories are real, yet neither Amelia nor Jack share them, and her psychologist attributes the frightening visions to post-traumatic stress and morphine-induced hallucinations.

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Two of the other passengers who came through with less serious injuries, Kylie's best friend Amelia and husband Dix, remember none of what Kylie describes: Wandering the mountain with the other survivors, exploring a deserted cottage in the blizzard, and a trio of shrouded beings seemingly stalki...

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Schilling brings the reader to many levels of understanding as she, through Kylie, explore the historical, religious and cultural beliefs on death and how those beliefs can form a consensus and are directly affecting Kylie.

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