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100 1  Hughes, Michael M. 
245 10 Blackwater lights|h[Axis 360 electronic resource] /
       |cMichael M. Hughes. 
260    New York :|bHydra,|c2013. 
300    1 online resource. 
520    Michael M. Hughes's Blackwater Lights combines the 
       eldritch horror of H. P. Lovecraft with the supernatural 
       thrills of Dean Koontz. When Ray Simon receives a 
       desperate call from his childhood friend Kevin, begging 
       him to come visit, Ray can't say no. Kevin promises to 
       clue him in on shocking discoveries he has made about 
       weird, half-forgotten events in their past'events 
       associated with a summer camp near Kevin's home in the 
       small town of Blackwater, West Virginia. But when Ray 
       arrives, Kevin is nowhere to be found. So Ray does some 
       investigating of his own, only to find that no records 
       exist of the camp. Yet he is not alone in looking for 
       information. There are Lily, a beautiful redhead with 
       uncanny seductive powers; Crawford, a wealthy collector of
       art and people; and Micah, the mysterious leader of the 
       Church of the Open Door. All of them are seeking 
       information about the rumored camp. And they are all 
       interested'very interested'in Ray. Then a midnight 
       encounter with strange floating lights sparks a return of 
       old memories'vivid but fractured images that haunt Ray's 
       waking hours with intimations of terror and cruelty. 
       Something dreadful happened at that camp long ago. 
       Something was awakened there. Now, with the help of his 
       new friend Ellen, a waitress at the local diner, Ray must 
       navigate a path through madness and murder'a path that 
       leads inexorably to an all-but-forgotten night in his 
       childhood . . . and to a future of unimaginable horror. 
       Praise for Blackwater Lights "Michael M. Hughes's highly 
       intelligent debut novel, Blackwater Lights, weaves a 
       stunning tale of intrigue, ritual, and dark magic. It's 
       brilliantly paced and beautifully written, and once the 
       journey has begun, it's impossible to put down. Luckily 
       for those of us hooked on Hughes, Blackwater Lights is but
       the first work in his forthcoming trilogy."'Lisa Mannetti,
       Bram Stoker Award'winning author of The Gentling Box 
       "Disturbing, surreal, and spooky as hell, Blackwater 
       Lights is a brilliantly written debut, marking Michael M. 
       Hughes as a talent to watch."'Tim Lebbon, author of 
       Coldbrook and the Toxic City trilogy "Blackwater Lights is
       a paranoid thrill-ride that deftly combines mystery, sci-
       fi, and horror elements into a modern-day conspiracy tale.
       An impressive debut that builds to a satisfying, action-
       filled conclusion."'Cemetery Dance magazine "Blackwater 
       Lights has action, adventure, sex, love, designer drugs, 
       and violent death, all woven into a globe-spanning 
       paranormal conspiracy. I mean, really, what's not to like'
       Consider this my official request for a sequel."'F. Paul 
       Wilson, author of the Repairman Jack novels and The 
       Adversary Cycle "A harrowing and riveting thrill ride. 
       Hughes is a welcome addition to the dark-fiction 
       ranks."'Scott Nicholson, author of The Red Church. 
588    Description based on vendor-supplied metadata. 
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