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Evil Lives in Blue Rock Paperback – April 18, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
Sit with all the lights on when you read Mrs. Pinord's.books, especially this one, Evil Lives in Blue Rock!
Mrs. Pinord has written of the Tomanous, a spirit being, before in her books. This Tomanous, an extremely evil spirit, has taken control of a weak man in Blue Rock. It, through him, starts a dead trail throughout the village.
Virtually unstoppable, the whole village is slowly getting casualties too close to home.
Mrs. Pinord, a Native American, always shows her wonderful heritage as she writes her amazing books. It is through the Gods of the Old that hold the key to stop the evil of the present.
Another tour de force for Lila Pinord! You will not soon forget this book, and know what a talent and an amazing heritage together can write magic into her books.
Recommended read, as are all her books.
Ellen George, author and reviewer
The books reads like the tale of someone telling you a story face to face. At times you are mezmorized and taken aback by the craft of the novel.
All in all a great read. If you liked this, also check out Min's Monster, one of the best Pinord books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lila Pinord has done it again, weaving Northwest Indian lore into a tale of murderous horror. Although the villain is in the forefront right away, the nature of the real monster... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Fran Orenstein
This is a great scary, what's going to happen next story about things going wrong with the cop on the reservation and all the people there. Way too short... Read morePublished on October 21, 2006 by Sandra L. Simmons