|Death Trance (1986) [Novel]|
by Graham Masterton
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There's nothing to fear in the world of men. It is only on the edge of the world of spirits that real fear begins.
Respectable businessman Randloph Clare, president of one of Tennessee's largest companies, is challenging the bureaucratic Cottonseed Association with lower prices and greater efficiency. But his commonsense approach is given a sharp jolt when arsonists destroy one of his Memphis plants. But then even greater tragedy strikes: his wife and children are savagely and brutally murdered...
Desperate to make sense of such mindless violence, he contacts an Indonesian priest who claims he can help Randolph enter the world of the dead. But, the priest warns, terrifying demons are hungry for those who dare make the voyage. Not only do they crave Randolph's life, but they are eager to condemn the souls of his family to a hell of perpetual agony beyond all human imagination...
Original title: Death Trance
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ The occult and Supernatural