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Hellfire

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Material Type:Book
Collection:Adult Fiction Books
Call Number:FICTION Saul
Title:Hellfire
Remainder of title:
Personal name:Saul, John.
Statement of responsibility:By John Saul.
Coordinated Info:Year: 1986 / ISBN Unavailable / 278 pages
Value: $19.95 / Hardback
Reference and Record Number: 133
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Additional Bibliographic Information:
Subject:Sturgess, Phillip (Fictitious character)
Subject:Rogers, Beth (Fictitious character)
Classification number:813/.54
Edition statement:Book club edition.
Place of publication:New York :
Name of publisher:Bantam,
Date of publication:1986
Extent:278 pages
Summary or note:No ISBN on book. Amazon.com link is to paperback, but this is the hardback version.

Summary from jacket: "For 100 years the old mill has stood silent, though the people of Westover, Massachusetts, remember that horrifying flames claimed 11 young lives there.

For young Beth Rogers, friendless since her mother's recent marriage to wealthy Phillip Sturgess, the mill is a haven from loneliness, a secret place where she spends hours talking to an invisible friend named Amy — a little girl who had once worked under deplorable conditions in the mill and had died in a blazing inferno. . . .

Now Phillip, the last member of the once-powerful family that owned the mill, is about to transform the property into a shopping mall . . . and unleash an elemental fury waiting to claim revenge. No one is safe from the supernatural horror that invades the town, not even Beth, who alone holds the key to their salvation.
Purchase price:19.95 / Hardback
Amazon ID:0553258648


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