The Lebo Coven by Stephen Mark Rainey

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Barry Riggs returns to his hometown in search of his brother, Matt, who has mysteriously disappeared. His house has been ransacked - and branded by the strange word "LEBO," painted in blood on the bedroom wall. Despite having mixed feelings about his brother, Barry decides to do some detective work of his own. Along the way, Barry meets a young woman named Jennifer Brand, whom he had once treated with contempt because she suffered from a repulsive, crippling affliction. After some awkward moments, the two become friends, and together they begin to unravel the mystery.

Stephen Mark Rainey is well known as editor of the acclaimed Deathrealm magazine, which ran from 1987 to 1997 and won numerous best magazine awards. Currently a resident of Greensboro, North Carolina, Mark lived in Chicago for several years during the 1980s and still considers the Windy City his second home.


About Stephen Mark Rainey

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Rainey is the author of more than 80 works of fiction.
Published July 9, 2004 by Five Star. 271 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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