Synopses & Reviews
Cheryl Evans, a recently widowed mother of two, thinks things have finally fallen into place when she meets the charismatic Anthony Fleming. They are quickly married and she and her two children move into his luxury apartment in the legendary Rockwell on Central Park West. Despite her son's misgivings about the building and the people who dwell there, Cheryl dismisses the oddities of their new neighbors as pleasant eccentricities. Until things begin to change. . .
A young tenant becomes mysteriously ill and disappears. An elderly neighbor moves out and is replaced by a young woman who bears an uncanny resemblance to the departed old lady. When Cheryl's daughter begins having nightmares and becomes ill, Cheryl's curiosity tums to fear. But perhaps it is already too late to save her children and herself. . .
Behind the luxury and beauty of The Rockwell lurks a secret that Cheryl can't possibly imagine.
Widowed Cheryl Evans marries Anthony Fleming, so she and her two children move into his apartment in the legendary Rockwell on Central Park West. Her son's misgivings about the building and her daughter's nightmares soon make Caroline realize her new home masks a secret of unimaginable horror.
After a widow remarries and moves with her two children into her new husband's apartment, her son's misgivings about the building and her daughter's nightmares soon make her realize her new home masks a secret of unimaginable horror.
The sudden, tragic death of her husband leaves Caroline Evans alone in New York City to raise her children with little money and even less hope. When she meets and marries handsome, successful Anthony Fleming, the charismatic man of her dreams, she believes her life is destined for happiness. She and her children move into her new husbands spacious apartment in the legendary Rockwell on Central Park West. Despite her sons instinctive misgivings about the building and its residents, Caroline dismisses the odd behavior of her neighbors as pleasant eccentricities. But after her daughter begins to experience horrifying nightmares and a startling secret emerges, Caroline realizes that the magnificence of her new home masks a secret of unimaginable horror. . . .
About the Author
s first novel, Suffer the Children
, published in 1977, was an immediate million-copy bestseller. He has since written twenty-three successive bestselling novels of suspense, including The Manhattan Hunt Club
, The Right Hand of Evil
, The Presence
, Black Lightning
, and The Homing
. He is also the author of the New York Times
bestselling serial thriller The Blackstone Chronicles
, initially published in six installments but now available in one complete volume. Mr. Saul divides his time between Seattle, Washington, and Maui, Hawaii.
From the Hardcover edition.