From the Bram Stoker Award-Winning “Master of the Macabre”—Stephen King.
Springerville is famous for the legend of the Mogollon Monster. Of course nobody really believes it. It’s just a good campfire story, something to attract gullible tourists—until an excavation team unearths the figurine of a screaming woman, the jawbone of a deformed animal, and a child’s toy. How odd that they were buried together. Odd, too, is the foul odor lingering in the air, the strange noises at night, and the man’s face found hanging from a tree. Now the locals are locking their doors. Because after sundown, campfire stories can seem very, very real.
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About Bentley Little
Bentley Little was born in Arizona a month after his mother attended the world premiere of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. He is the author of ten previous novels, including The Revelation, The Mailman, The Summoning, Death Instinct (published under the name… More about Bentley Little
Published by Berkley Sep 03, 2002| 368 Pages| ISBN 9781101191705