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The Infinite

Book 3, The Harrow Series

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In this supernatural thriller from award-winning and bestselling novelist Douglas Clegg - Book 3 of the Harrow Haunting series -- psychics converge on the most haunted house in the world to find the key to its infinite hauntings.

Who holds the key to the house?  Cali Nytbird - radio host of a psychic show, is not stranger to psi abilities. Chet Dillinger - raised in squalor, discovered a unique and wondrous talent early in life. Frost Crane, bestselling author, has crossed into shadow to communicate with the dead. 

These three psychics are brought together by a major paranormal institute to study Harrow -- and to find out the source of its hauntings.

But will they, themselves, fall victim to the house's deadly charm?

"A cavalcade of nightmares. Memorable for its evocative, disturbing imagery and haunting emotional insights, this novel adds a new chapter to horror's tradition of haunted house fiction." -- Publisher's Weekly

"Clegg's stories can chill the spine so effectively that the reader should keep paramedics on standby." - Dean Koontz.

"Clegg is the best horror writer of the post-Stephen King generation."- Bentley Little, bestselling author of The Haunting.

"Douglas Clegg has become the new star in horror fiction." - Peter Straub, NY Times bestselling author of The Talisman (with Stephen King) and Ghost Story.

From Publishers Weekly

Aug 27, 2001 – The indefatigable Clegg concludes his trilogy of terror tales (after the e-serial Nightmare House and sequel Mischief) set at the haunted Harrow boarding school with a novel that once again shows his skill at using classic horror themes to explore the pathos of the human condition. Evoking works by Shirley Jackson and Richard Matheson, to which it will almost certainly be compared, the story builds around the formally engineered meeting of Chet Dillinger, Cali Nytbird and Frost Crane, all of whom are endowed with psychic proclivities that have been more curse than gift in their lives. Like Ivy Martin, wealthy patroness of the PSI Vista Foundation that has hired them to investigate a recent spate of eerie deaths linked to the academy, each is a spiritually scarred survivor who hopes their experiment will exorcise personal demons as well as the school's. Too late, they discover that Harrow's reputation as a charnel house stems from occult influences well-schooled in exploiting the vulnerabilities of unwitting human victims. The plot builds sluggishly, with affecting if lengthy profiles of the principal characters and a paucity of supernatural incidents once they descend on Harrow. But Clegg knows how to balance horror with human interest, and when all hell breaks loose in an electrifying finale, the narrative's supernatural and psychological landscapes carefully converge in a cavalcade of nightmares. Memorable for its evocative, disturbing imagery and haunting emotional insights, this novel adds a new chapter to horror's tradition of haunted house fiction.

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The Infinite
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Ghost
  • Published: Jun 17, 2012
  • Publisher: Alkemara Press
  • Seller: Douglas Clegg
  • Print Length: 320 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 3, The Harrow Series
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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