By John Manning
One via One. . .
Two many years in the past, at a personal women's university in upstate manhattan, a scholar was once brutally attacked in her dorm room. Her assailant was once by no means came upon. . .
They Disappear. . .
Sue Barlow arrives at Wilbourne university two decades later. while a classmate disappears, Sue thinks it is an remoted incident. yet then different ladies vanish. . .
And Die. . .
As worry grows on campus, Sue starts to feel she's being watched. and because the physique count number rises, she quickly realizes twisted psychopath is summoning her to play a depraved game--a video game that purely will finish whilst she dies. . .
"If you're keen on Dean Koontz, you will love John Manning!" --Wendy Corsi Staub, New York Times bestselling writer
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Her heart was pounding, and the electricity in the house was beginning to flicker on and off. It must be the rainstorm, she told herself. It can’t be anything else. ” Sue Barlow swore as she drove right past the exit for Lebanon. She stabbed at the brakes, but it was too late. I’ll have to turn around at the next exit and come back, she thought, annoyed with herself for missing it. But they should have it better marked. The sun was shining bright that day, and the trees on either side of the highway were a vibrant green.
It was raining hard again, so she grabbed her backpack and ran up to the front door. Without any hesitation, she rang the bell. Footsteps sounded within the house, and she sagged against the door frame with relief. The door opened. The woman who stood in front of her was in her early fifties, wearing a red and black checked flannel shirt over jeans and fuzzy blue house slippers. Her short dark hair was shot through with gray, and reading glasses were perched on the end of her nose. Her eyes widened in surprise.
She suspected her grandfather had found about it and turned the boy away. What was the use anyway? Why would he want to go out with me when I have to be home by ten on a Saturday night? “You need to focus on your studies,” Granpa always argued. ” Many times Sue had thought about protesting, holding out for even eleven o’clock as a curfew—but decided it wasn’t worth it. She’d be in college soon enough, she reasoned, and besides, she never knew what to say or how to act around most boys anyway. She certainly didn’t want her breasts pawed at the way Becca described.
All the Pretty Dead Girls by John Manning