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Wildwood Road by Christopher Golden

Wildwood Road by Christopher Golden is a harrowing trip into pure terror.

One wrong turn can change your life forever . . .

Michael and Jillian Dansky seemed to have it all -- a happy marriage, two successful careers, a bright future. But late one Halloween evening, driving home from a masquerade, Michael momentarily nods off behind the wheel -- and wakes to find everything changed.

Standing by his car is the little girl he came within a breath of running down. She leads Michael to her "home," an empty house haunted by whispers, and sends him away with a whisper of her own: "Come find me." But in the weeks that follow, it's clear that someone -- or something -- doesn't want Michael to find her. And when one morning, a cruel, vindictive woman awakens in the guise of his wife, Michael must now search not only for the lost girl but for a way to find the Jillian he's always loved -- or die trying.

"WILDWOOD ROAD is a brilliant novel of supernatural suspense that reminded me of the early classics by Ira Levin--think ROSEMARY'S BABY and you won't be disappointed. There's no baby, but oh baby, there is one creepy little lost girl that kept me turning the pages long after I should have gone to bed. This one's a keeper." -- Stephen King

Wildwood Road by Christopher Golden is now available in a new mass market paperback edition from Bantam Spectra.

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