When an anonymous painting arrives at the university, Dan is tasked with uncovering the artist. No title. No name. No signature or frame. It’s a disturbing work of grotesque perfection. A work of art… that changes with each viewing.
So begins the nightmare. Where painted clocks tick-tock in the dark hours before dawn. Where shadow-wrapped children stalk the halls of a once happy home. Where all paths lead to a forsaken artist and their impossible creation. This is the nightmare Dan Rineheart must enter before it shatters his sanity and devours his family.
Curl up with a novel of psychological horror that readers have called: “Intricate, disturbing, unexpected, and scary!”
A Dark take wonderfully written. With rich descriptions and characters you won't soon forget. Part horror, part psychological thriller, you can't go wrong. Certainly a good read. You might want to read this one with the lights on.
All I can say is "Wow!" This from a diehard horror fan. My favorite writer is Stephen King, especially his old horror novels. I've also read Koontz, Straub, Jack Kilburn, Joe Hart and others. I have to say in all honesty that this book stands among the best horror novels I have ever read - maybe even the best.