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Josh Miller has a talent for finding things. So far, the things people have asked him to find - antique tables, old movie posters - have been innocuous enough. And Andrea Montague, the daughter of a local writer, may be his most interesting find so far.

But no one's asked Josh to find the missing fifth victim of an unexplained auto accident - the one who vanished from the scene of the crash without leaving a trail of blood, though he must have been badly hurt. No one's asked Josh to look for the other missing people - residents of Oxrun Station who mysteriously and inexplicably vanished on their birthdays.

Someone very definitely doesn't want him to find the clearing full of century-old gravestones, the clearing that feels so evil.

This time, whatever Josh is hunting is hunting him - and it's hungry

About Oxrun Station: Charles L. Grant wrote 12 books (9 novels and three collections of four related novellas with interstitial material) set in the fictional Connecticut town of Oxrun Station.

©1985 The Charles Grant Estate - Kathryn Ptacek (P)2013 David N. Wilson

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  • Teresa Noel
  • 20-06-2020

Need a new narrator

I am about 1 & 1/2 hours into the book and I give up. I really don't think it is so much the book but David Stifel the narrator is just very boring. He is speaking slowly and in monotones and I just cannot follow the book at all. I try not to give up on books and seldom do, but I just cannot go any further with this one. I will try to get a kindle copy of the book and try reading it for myself as the story sounds like it is very interesting.


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