“With historical accuracy and pulse-pounding suspense, Wood cranks up the tension with a creature you won’t soon forget, and characters that spring to life on the page.”
1945: The Belzec concentration camp is liberated. There they find a group of Jewish captives, surviving. But not just surviving … they are actually better-fed and in much better shape than their Nazi captors.
1980: New York. A rabbi is murdered, and the killers are found dead, covered in a weird grey powder. Now Rachel Levy and Detective Roger Hawkins must unravel the mysterious connection to these two events that happened thirty-five years apart.
A terrible force has been awakened, and a nightmare walks among us.
Why we’re excited about this book:
The Paperbacks From Hell series has been re-releasing titles, all long out of print, in affordable paperback editions with the original cover artwork. Bari Wood’s The Tribe is one of the cornerstone novels of modern horror-fiction, featuring a somewhat original monster many had not seen before, but just as menacing and powerful as those others that filled the horror sections of the time. Wood is the author of Twins (made into the film Dead Ringers directed by David Cronenberg), The Killing Gift, Lightsource, and Doll’s Eyes (adapted into the film In Dreams). With historical accuracy and pulse-pounding suspense, Wood cranks up the tension with a creature you won’t soon forget, and characters that spring to life on the page. Grady Hendrix provides the introduction and the original cover art from Don Brautigam is intact. The Tribe by Bari Wood releases 2 July 2019 and is available for pre-order now.