Publishers Weekly just bestowed a starred review on Robert McCammon's early novel, Bethany's Sin:
McCammon explores the secret geography of nightmare in this creepy, densely layered tale of ancient pagan practices re-enacted in smalltown America. Scarred Vietnam veteran Evan Reid relocates with his wife and daughter to the Pennsylvania village of Bethany’s Sin, where he seeks freedom from terrifying dreams and guilt. Vivid and sympathetic characters struggle through a complex web of occult mystery and terror, reaching a startling climax.
Our signed edition is limited to only 750 numbered copies, and more than half sold out. This review will likely generate a strong batch of distributor and large online retailer orders, so don't hesitate to preorder a copy if classic horror is of interest.
If you'd rather not wait until October for the hardcover, please check out our ebook page, which will direct you to a number of sources for the electronic edition.