|Phobia (1990) [Novel]|
by Guy N. Smith
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(From the publisher):
Number thirteen Schooner Street was a typical terraced house in an up-and-coming area of South London - or so John and Leah Strike thought when they first moved in with their children. But then the nightmares started - vivid, harrowing images of gruesome violence that tore into their consciousness leaving behind rabid, phobic reactions to the simplest of everyday things. Caught in a web of their own deepest fears - too scared to leave home, too terrified to remain - reason told them that the only thing to fear was fear itself. But then the terrors that festered in the shadows of the evil house took on a life of their own - and the grisly killings began...
Phobia is the horrifying tale of mind terror where no secret is safe, no nightmare too horrible to come true - and even the grave is no place to rest in peace.
Original title: Phobia
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Haunted Houses
Fiction→ Horror→ Psychological Horror