Forest Ghost

Forest Ghost

A Novel of Horror and Suicide in America and Poland

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Modern-day America. Fifteen Boy Scouts and their seven adult leaders are found to have committed suicide in the forest of a scout reservation. One of the dead boys is a friend of Sparky Wallace, whose father Jack runs a Polish restaurant in Chicago. Drawn into investigating the suicides, Jack discovers a connection with his own grandfather, who killed himself in the Kampinos Forest in Poland when he was fighting the Nazis in World War II.

Together, Jack and Sparky travel to Poland to unlock the terrifying mystery of what really makes people panic in the forest. But before they can do so, they have to experience panic for themselves, and reach the very brink of madness.
Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, 2013
ISBN: 9780727883445
Branch Call Number: MAS
Characteristics: 250 p. ;,23 cm

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6140ginger Dec 26, 2014

Pure crap. Don't waste your time on this one when there are so many good books out there.

Atticus14 Sep 04, 2014

This is not a bad book. There's something supernatural in the forest(s) that causes so much terror that people see suicide as the only option for escape. I read this right after I read Drought by Masterton and I personally preferred Drought. This is Masterton's usual fare of gruesome murders minus the sex scenes that often appear in his books. There's no graphic sex in this offering, forcible or consensual, unlike Drought.

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