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31 Days of Halloween: Day 16 Richard Laymon ‘Night in the Lonesome October’


You cannot lose with Richard Laymon. You just can’t. Laymon’s writing is and always has been infectious, and when the man tackles the Halloween season, things seem to get even more interesting. Night in the Lonesome October is a stellar read, and if you’re really craving a Halloween fix this year, you’ll pick this book up!

You can order the book right here. Check out the cover and synopsis below!

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Synopsis: Ed Logan is 20 years old and a sophomore at Willmington University. He’s also been dumped by his girlfriend. Lonesome and broken-hearted, he goes for a late-night walk. He doesn’t know where he’s headed. He doesn’t know what he’s going to do when he gets there. And he has absolutely no idea of the strange people he is about to meet. Like Casey, the athletic blonde who roams the streets as if she’s on a mission. And then there’s Randy, who’s definitely on a mission – to make Ed’s life hell. And then there’s the others. Not exactly people. And very definitely not friendly. If Ed’s not careful, he’s not going to make it home at all…

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1 Comment on 31 Days of Halloween: Day 16 Richard Laymon ‘Night in the Lonesome October’

  1. moteridgerider // October 17, 2015 at 11:18 am // Reply

    Richard Laymon is sorely missed. I can’t remember whether I’ve read this one though. I’ll check it out.

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