|Black Honey (1968) [Novel]|
by Peter Saxon
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(From the publisher):
She was a teenager, beautiful, seductive... and unimaginably evil. She cast a spell of black magic on men, and seduced them into the gruesome sect with which she had crossed her own blood.
This spine-chilling story begins in Africa with the throbbing drums of ceremonial witchcraft, a double human-sacrifice, and the resurrecton of a past-master of evil...
It ends where it continues.. in England, where a monstrously-evil sect centred in an innocent-looking country-house perpetrates its twin-doctrines of ritual sex and death by torture.
This insidious creed is intended to engulf a nation - and only a few newspapermen are awake to its dangers...
Original title: Black Honey
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Satanism, Demonology, and Black Magic
- Written by W. Howard Baker