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The Witching Night

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The Witching Night

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Author: C. S. Cody
Publisher: Bantam Books, 1974
Dell Publishing, 1953
World Publishing Company, 1952

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Book Type: Novel
Genre: Fantasy
Sub-Genre Tags: Weird (Fantasy)
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It is too bad that The Witching Night is Leslie Waller's only foray into weird fiction, because it's a chilling tour de force. Written early in the bestselling author's career, Waller used the pseudonym C. S. Cody to distinguish the novel from the crime fiction and international intrigue he would later become famous for.

Groundbreaking in its approach, The Witching Night pits medical science against a relentless, malignant force. Dr. Loomis--a young, well-grounded MD who operates a small clinic in Chicago--draws on his medical training by using pharmaceuticals to keep himself buoyant and lucid in the midst of a direct attack by a malicious entity... or is it a curse? Nameless, indefinable... one thing is certain: it's a killer, and likes to torture before it kills.


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