A Murder of Ravens
Anthony Fallone & Edna Ray
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Chalice is employed at the Blue Lake Mansions care home, not knowing that it had been a nunnery where all the order were murdered in a mysterious way. Bought by the cruel and unscrupulous Haitian, Daniel Uther-Python and his flamboyant wife, Jordana, patients and staff there were dominated and exploited both financially and sexually and Chalice more than most. The Uther-Pythons practiced Haitian vodou which would eventually lead to an orgiastic climax in the Holy House near the Mansion, a chapel in the rafters of which roosted hundreds of malevolent ravens; Daniel had made a supernatural pact with Templar, the chief raven. Daniel planned that he would take Chalice's virginity at the height of the great vodou ceremony. Jordana, his wife, had other ideas. The strange and eccentric residents and very odd staff add to the overall weirdness that the innocent Chalice has to deal with. Toward the end other dimensions intrude to make the final horror more intense.