Raga Six by Frank Lauria
(A Doctor Orient Occult Novel)

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"When Doctor Owen Orient, a prominent New York physician decided to renounce his practice and all the material comforts he had become accustomed to, his goal was to find a simpler, more meaningful existence for himself. But Orient was not like ordinary men. For years he had been studying the secrets of the Occult and, though he sought simplicity now, he found himself drawn more and more deeply into a horrifying series of events that challenged his scientific rationality, his occult powers, and the instincts and emotions that guided his manhood. The puzzle that began in a Manhattan black magic commune, eventually drew Orient to Tangier, Marrakech, and Rome, to a confrontation with an ancient ravening evil--a battle in which telepathy, telekinesis, and even sex become weapons in a frenzied struggle to the death--and beyond... ""Hypnotically readable...Frank Lauria has written the most believable Vampire and Werewolf stories I have ever read."" --William S. Burroughs "

About Frank Lauria

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Frank Lauria was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Manhattan College. He has published seventeen novels, including five bestsellers and the novelizations of Dark City, End of Days, Mask of Zorro, Alaska, and Girlfight. He has written articles and reviews for various magazines and is a published poet and songwriter. He lives in San Francisco where he teaches creative writing.
Published January 1, 1972 by Bantam Books. 277 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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