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Succubus (Novel I)

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Succubus
Succubus Book Cover, written by John Stockholm
Succubus Book Cover,
written by John Stockholm
Author(s) John Stockholm
Publisher London Sphere Books Limited
Publication date 1985
Media type Paperback
Length 184 Pages
ISBN 9780722132203

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).


Succubus is a novel written by John Stockholm. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Succubus
  • Author: John Stockholm
  • Published By: London Sphere Books Limited
  • Length: 184 Pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 0-7221-3220-4
  • ISBN-13: 9780722132203
  • Publishing Date: 1985


Plot Summary

Uncanny things begin to happen to Peter Conway almost as soon as he set foot in the remote Cornish village of Penthor. First there was the shipwreck, those two rotting corpses alongside the perfectly preserved body of the sea's third victim. Then there was the beautiful, mauve-eyed woman whom he had greedily watched making love on the cliff-top, her aura of erotic energy seemingly reaching out to flicker all around him. And there was the reunion with his old friend Andrew, long devoted to other-worldly pursuits, who in the few short years since had had last seen him had aged by a quarter-century or more.

Yes, he thought with a shudder, there was in Penthor an unmistakable sense of evil, spiced with the heady, musky scent of forbidden lusts and passions. And ever as he pondered on what he had seen, Penthor's macabre miasma was sucking him in, enticing him deeper and deeper into a dark and fearsome mystery enshrouded in necromancy, terror and death...


Book Review

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