Skull Session by Daniel Hecht

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Back in print and accompanied by its prequel Puppets, the bestselling Skull Session is a classic tale of suspense. Despite his brilliance, Paul Skoglund hasn't held a steady job for years, partly because of his Tourette's syndrome. When his eccentric, wealthy aunt asks him to take on the repairs of her magnificent hunting lodge, he is in no position to refuse. But then he finds that the rambling old house has been savagely vandalized: he discovers a scene of almost superhuman destruction, a violence mirrored by a series of disappearances and grisly deaths haunting the region. Paul delves into the wreckage, wondering what dark passion-and what strength-could cause such chaos. As state police investigator Mo Ford pursues the mystery through official channels, escalating events force Paul deeper into his family's past and into the darker aspects of his own nature.

About Daniel Hecht

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Daniel Hecht is the author of two previous novels, Skull Session and The Babel Effect. His most recent novel is Land of Echoes, second in the Cree Black series.
Published January 1, 1998 by MACMILLAN. 418 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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A hero with unusual strengths and weaknesses gives this debut thriller a large dose of energy and excitement. Paul Skoglund has learned to live with and basically control his Tourette's syndrome, a ne

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