The Pragers are Hawaii's golden family - they have wealth, power, land. They also have dark secrets and forbidden passions that threaten to tear the family apart. Meredith is in love with a pureblood Hawaiian but cannot face her father's unyielding disapproval. Dennis, the family's fair-haired boy, hides his true desires behind his hired mistress, Adriana. Marcus, the exiled black sheep, vengefully seduces Adriana, then realizes too late that he loves her.
Richard Laymon, Chet Williamson, Gary Brandner
Spieldauer: 9 Std. und 32 Min.
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Night Visions: At The Crossroad presents eight tales of horror and dark fantasy by Richard Laymon, Chet Williamson, and Gary Brandner. Prepare to enter a world where your darkest nightmare can become a chilling reality...A world of Night Visions.
Brian Kettering was six years old the day the horror began. That was the day he ran home alone from the church picnic in the park. The day the streets were strangely, utterly silent. The day he watched his father confront a hideous, voracious demon...and die. Now, Brian Kettering is a grown-up and a cop, and his life is crumbling. His wife has left him. His son has become a stranger and joined a cult.
In the small California town of Santa Marta, oil and water become an explosive mixture when the human elements of lust and greed are thrown into the crucible. When news of a major oil-well discovery in its channel leaks out, the quiet town is rocked by murder and terrorism...and naked desires are unleashed on every level.
In Milwaukee, a regular at Vic’s Tavern suddenly smashes a beer bottle and carves up the other customers. In Manhattan, an easygoing cabdriver goes berserk and hurls his cab into a crowd of pedestrians. In Seattle, a young bride slashes her husband in a busy restaurant, then flings herself through a plate-glass window. At first, these shocking incidents appear unrelated. Then a disturbing pattern emerges - the agonizing headaches, the violent tantrums, the faces erupting with sickening lesions, then the final, fatal outburst.
Insiders. Clever Alec. Arrogant Roman. Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don’t know who they hurt. And they don’t care. Outsider. Frazier. Brainy, awkward, unloved. But he’s got something the other kids don’t. Astral projection. The ability to cast his mind long distances out of his body. Yet it fails to save him the night he falls victim to a prank that goes horrifyingly too far. Though Frazier’s body dies, his mind does not. It floats, buoyed for years by one thought. Revenge.