The Right Hand of Evil

The Right Hand of Evil

Book - 2000
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When the Conways move into their ancestral home in Louisiana after the death of an estranged aunt, it is with the promise of a new beginning. But the house has a life of its own. Abandoned for the last forty years, surrounded by thick trees and a stifling sense of melancholy, the sprawling Victorian house seems to swallow up the sunlight. Deep within the cold cellar and etched into the very walls is a long, dark history of the Conway name--a grim bloodline poisoned by suicide, strange disappearances, voodoo rituals, and rumors of murder. But the family knows nothing of the soul-shattering secrets that snake through generations of their past. They do not know that terror awaits them. For with each generation of the Conways comes a hellish day of reckoning. . . .

Baker & Taylor
Ted and Janet Conway are delighted to inherit the ancestral Conway house and set out to make a new beginning in the small Louisiana town of St. Albans, unaware of the soul-shattering family secrets and evil that await them.

Baker
& Taylor

The Conway's ancestoral home has seen it's fair share of evil deeds, but when the family again takes possession of the hulking Victorian mansion, even they are unprepared for what awaits them inside. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Pub. Group, 2000, c1999
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780449005835
0449005836
9780345433169
0345433165
Characteristics: 334 p. ; 20 cm

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rahmmie
Jan 05, 2011

It's not a bad book. It's a quick read but the plot seems to be the same as in most of the previous books by Saul, just with different characters and a different source for the evil that affects those characters

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