Rachmaninoff's Ghost

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When a young man with dreams of becoming a famous pianist turns to the Occult for help, his fabulous ability brings him pain, just as the spirit whose gifts he usurped ominously warned it would. More

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Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Words: 51,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301459834
About M.F. Korn

MF Korn has written twelve novels and had 245 stories published in magazines worldwide. Currently available are two collections: Confessions of a Ghoul and Other Stories and
Aliens, Minibikes, and Other Staples of Suburbia, as well as three novels, Skimming the Gumbo Nuclear, Rachmaninoff’s Ghost, Creature Feature (with David Mathew), and a collection of four science fiction novels, All the Mutant Trash in All the Galaxies.

He resides in Louisiana, where he works as a programmer, and has a sixteen-year-old daughter, Savannah. One of his degrees is in Piano Concentration. Mike enjoys playing Rachmaninoff, Gershwin, Chopin, and ragtime and listening to Requiems.

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Review by: Jeanne M. Haskin on Oct. 14, 2013 :
In this eerie and frightening story of a young man who fulfills his greatest dream by turning to the occult, becoming a brilliant pianist brings more than recognition and far less than benevolence.

Even before he is invited to Julliard, Mark begins a slow slide into malevolence that makes him unrecognizable both to himself and those who care for him. He is warned, repeatedly, that he must relinquish the gift he stole before the spirit possessing him composes his last opus. Little does Mark know that he contributes to this process each time he uses the gift. His life is not destined to end in tears but something unspeakably horrifying.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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