Masterton Graham The worst sort of Devils are those who rejoice in wars and effusion of blood .
Graham Masterton THE DEVILS OF D-DAY The worst sort of Devils are those who rejoice in wars and effusion of blood, and afflict men with most cruel stripes. Francis Barrett AUTHOR’S NOTE All of the devils and demons that appear in this book are legendary creatures of hell, and there is substantial recorded evidence of their existence. The worst sort of Devils are those who rejoice in wars and effusion of blood, and afflict men with most cruel stripes. All of the devils and demons that appear in this book are legendary creatures of hell, and there is substantial recorded evidence of their existence.
Graham Masterton was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1946. His debut novel, The Manitou, was published in 1976 and sold over one million copies in its first six months.
Graham Masterton (born 16 January 1946 in Edinburgh) is a British horror author. This novel was adapted in 1978 for the film The Manitou.
Is about a new satanic kind of war. Author's note
Is about a new satanic kind of war. Author's note. For that reason, it is probably inadvisable to attempt to conjure up any of them by repeating out loud the incantations used in the text, which are also genuine. I would like to point out that the Pentagon and the British Ministry of Defence strenuously deny the events described here, but I leave you to draw your own conclusions. Graham Masterton, London, I979.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This is one of many Masterton books that are just brilliant. I have a collection of paperback versions of Masterton's works, and I have been consistently impressed by his ability to scare. If some enterprising person would just option Masterton's works, we might find a breed of Horror film that surpassed many works. From the initial discovery of the demons, through the moves to the denoument of this tale, this book delivers chills in the best possible way. So few writers now-a-days can even come close to Masterton's first person delivery.
Is the rusting old tank only a relic of the war-torn past-or is it the residence of a satanic demon about to inflict its horror on an unsuspecting world? Thirty-five years have passed since the Allied invasion of Normandy on D-Day turned the tide of World War II against Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Reich, and it’s been more than three decades since the residents of the tiny French village of Le Vey witnessed the horrific slaughter of hundreds of German soldiers by thirteen black tanks.
Publisher: Pinnacle Books, 1979.
Author: Graham Masterton. Publisher: Pinnacle Books, 1979. Army of evi. t the bridge of Le Vey in July 1944, thirteen black tanks smashed through the German lines in an unstoppable, all-destroying fury ride. Leaving hundreds of Hitler’s soldiers horribly dead. Thirty-five years later, Dan McCook visited that area of Normandy on an investigation of the battle site. There he found a rusting tank by the roadside that was perfectly sealed, upon its turret a protective crucifix.
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