|Night of the Seventh Darkness (1991) [Novel]|
by Daniel Easterman
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(From the publisher):
Set in the timeless underworlds of Brooklyn and Haiti, Night Of The Seventh Darkness is a harrowing tale of ancient voodoo ritual and modern day political conspiracy. Angela Hammel, a beautiful Haitian born artist, returns from a trip abroad to her home in Brooklyn to find bloodstains on her carpet. Beneath the floorboards are the bodies of a group of voodoo practitioners, who appear to have been buried alive. Delirious with fear, Angelina goes to the police, and Reuben Abrams, a streetwise cop and Brooklyn native, takes on the case.
Venturing into some of the most desperate, drug infested Brooklyn neighborhoods for clues, Abrams discovers a shocking link between Angelina's haunted past and some of the nation's most powerful and influential leaders. But by then it is too late-he has fallen under Angelina's spell and will follow her even to the heart of her birthplace to uncover a realm of ritualized torture from which there may be no escape.
Original title: Night of the Seventh Darkness
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense