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"The Shore" by Robert Dunbar
Believing himself pursued by monsters, a teenage boy skulks through windy streets, while a madman prowls in search of salvation ... and a tormented girl struggles to escape captivity. As a winter storm tightens its grip on the town of Edgeharbor -- epicenter for a series of horrible murders -- the scattered inhabitants cower from more than pounding waves. Mangled victims bear the marks of savage claws and strange, bloody footprints mar the snow-covered beach. Now a young policewoman and a myserious stranger are all that stand between this isolated community and an ancient evil.
"A masterpiece ... impeccably crafted, with precise and elegant prose ... this intense and wholly original novel is one of the best to come out of the horror genre in years."
DARK SCRIBE MAGAZINE
"Dunbar's vivid imagery continues to blaze a distinctive trail. His management of the craft is masterful."
"A classic ... readers will feel the biting wind, see the fog rolling off the ocean, and hear the horrified shrieks. Dunbar is a master."
NIGHTS & WEEKENDS
"Fresh and fascinating ... drips with atmosphere."
FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND
"Every bit as much of a classic as THE PINES ... THE SHORE only adds to the mythos of this legendary writer. This is the way great horror should be written."