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In the eighth book of Graham Masterton's Jim Rook series, it's the first day of the new semester, and it couldn't be going more poorly for the English teacher and psychic. Jim nearly hits a pedestrian dressed in black while on his way to the community college, but that pales in comparison to what he finds in his classroom: the corpses of a young woman and eight cats hanged from the ceiling in an apparent ritual murder. As Jim becomes locked in a struggle between good and evil, Chris Ragland's smoky intonation adds remarkable tension to Masterton's captivating plot.
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Jim Rook gets the shock of his life when he returns for a new semester to find something more than unpleasant in his classroom. Jim Rook, remedial English teacher and psychic, knows it’s going to be a bad day. He nearly runs over someone dressed entirely in black – but why did they walk right in the middle of the college driveway? And who just walks off into the fog after nearly being run over? But when a splash of blood appears on a questionnaire Jim realizes that his day isn’t going to be merely bad: it’s going to be the day from hell. Perhaps quite literally...
©2012 Graham Masterton (P)2013 Audible Ltd
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By Ban Filthy Illegals on 02-07-15

Excellent Jim Rook

I'm sad that this is his last book. A must read for Jim Rook fans

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