By Dean Koontz, Ed Gorman
From the distinguished mind's eye of Dean Koontz comes a strong remodeling of 1 of the vintage tales of all time. for those who imagine you recognize the legend, you recognize basically part the reality. The secret, the parable, the fear, and the magic proceed. . . .
They are more desirable, heal larger, and imagine speedier than any people ever created–and they have to be destroyed. now not even Victor Helios–once Frankenstein–can cease the engineered killers he’s set free on a reign of terror via modern day New Orleans. merely the one-time “monster” Deucalion and his all-too-human companions, Detectives Carson O’Connor and Michael Maddison, stand of their method. yet because the 3 race to discover the real dimensions of an age-old conspiracy, they'll detect that Victor’s new, more suitable versions have infiltrated each point of the city’s society . . . and much past.
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Now then, we'll have no blasphemies here," said the clergyman mildly. "When a man dies, there is no need to call for demons. " The men around the body turned to Darwin expectantly. He hunched his shoulders, and shook his head in irritation. "The obvious diagnosis is a massive heart failure, but it is not a reply I can offer in good conscience. I saw this man earlier today, and observed him closely. He was not at the point of death. " Darwin stooped, and lifted the limp right arm of the dead man.
Just as the demon left him," said a ragged man softly. The little group of people stirred and looked nervously around the shadowed hall. "Now then, we'll have no blasphemies here," said the clergyman mildly. "When a man dies, there is no need to call for demons. " The men around the body turned to Darwin expectantly. He hunched his shoulders, and shook his head in irritation. "The obvious diagnosis is a massive heart failure, but it is not a reply I can offer in good conscience. I saw this man earlier today, and observed him closely.
There is one more duty for us tonight, and in some ways it is the most difficult and sorrowful of all. " "Nothing could be worse," said Maclaren. But he turned and came back to where Darwin and Pole stood facing each other. " "Hohenheim. He came here uninvited, and you asked why. You did not seek to bring him, and I certainly did not. He has been a mystery to all of us. " Followed by Pole and Maclaren, he led the way across the turf to the house where Hohenheim and his servant had stayed. The door was closed, and no light showed within.
City of Night (Dean Koontz's Frankenstein, Book 2) by Dean Koontz, Ed Gorman