By Graham Masterton
The 7th Jim Rook novel from the grasp of supernatural horror - Remedial English instructor and psychic Jim Rook has been feeling out of varieties all summer season, and at the first day of the autumn semester he runs over and kills his puppy cat, Tiddles. yet midway via his top quality, enigmatic new Korean scholar Kim Dong Wook arrives . . . with a present: a basket containing Tiddles, alive once again. The Korean spirit Kwisin, Jim is informed, is asserting “thank you” upfront. yet what for? Jim can’t support yet think deeply uneasy . . .
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I lifted it up to my nose. For just a second, I thought I smelled a distant sea, and island breezes of blossoming fruit trees and perfumes. Then nothing but the rubbing alcohol and urine of the nursing floor. " He shook his head, a rage flaring behind his eyes, a life in him I wouldn't have expected. " To calm him, because now I knew he was crazy, I said, "Okay. " "Love," he said, "is the darkest gift. " And he told me about the flower of his youth. His name was Gus, and he was a gardener at a house that overlooked the Hudson River.
I had to," he said, not able to help his grin, or the sweat of fear that evaporated along his forehead, fear that he would not find her. It was like in the moving pictures, when the lover and his beloved were reunited at the end. He ran around the counter and grabbed her up in his arms, "Oh, Moira, Moira," he buried his face in her neck, and she was laughing freely, happily. She closed the shop and pulled down the shade. "Gus, I want you to know, I love you. " Gus sighed and looked at her. Here he was, a gardener, and she, a flower shop girl.
It'll take your mind off the pain. I'll tell you all about him, if you'll just listen. You must never breathe a word of this to anyone, but I can tell you're simpatico-you won't betray me. His name was Jim, and he worked at the train station taking tickets. He grew up in Hartford, but moved to Deerwich-On-Sparrow, called Deerwich by most, on the Connecticut coast--in his early twenties, the job had seemed good. He'd begun his career riding the rails taking tickets and cleaning the cars, but he'd moved up so that at twenty-nine he could sit behind the glass and say, "Round-trip to Boston leaves at 9:15.
Demon's Door (Jim Rook, Book 7) by Graham Masterton