The Keep

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"Something is murdering my men."

1941: Thus reads the message received from a German commander stationed in a small castle high in the remote Transylvanian Alps. Something powerful and terrifying and silent is killing off his soldiers, leaving behind bloodless and mutilated Nazi corpses to terrify its future victims.

The battle has begun: the ultimate human evil against something far, far worse.

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Words: 128,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452382074
About F. Paul Wilson

F. PAUL WILSON is the author of forty-plus books and numerous short stories spanning science fiction, horror, adventure, medical thrillers, and virtually everything between. His novels regularly appear on the New York Times Bestsellers List. He has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers of America, the Stoker Award, the Porgie Award, the Prometheus and Prometheus Hall of Fame Awards, the Pioneer Award from the RT Booklovers Convention, the Inkpot Award from ComiCon, and was voted Grand Master by the World Horror Convention. He is listed in the 50th anniversary edition of Who's Who in America.

Millions of his books are in print in twenty-four languages. He also has written for the stage, screen, and interactive media. His latest thrillers, Ground Zero and Fatal Error, star his urban mercenary, Repairman Jack. Jack: Secret Histories kicked off a young-adult trilogy starring a teenage Jack. Paul resides at the Jersey Shore and can be found on the Web at

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Review by: Carolyn Griffin on Sep. 07, 2012 :
Great book - a favorite of mine, from a favorite author. Having read all the "Repairman Jack" novels, right up to "Nightworld" - the final one, I wanted to read "The Keep" again, now that those characters mean so, so much more. THEN I'll read "Nightworld".
Can't go wrong with this one...or anything by F.Paul Wilson!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: John Vicars on June 18, 2012 : (no rating)
Good book. I read it years ago and enjoyed it just as much again as I did the first time
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