Synopses & Reviews
Malevolent aliens, the Mordri Three decide to become so evil that God himself will have to stop them. They can alter flesh with a simple touch, literally turning people inside out or seeding them with cancer. The Three have already destroyed an entire solar system and most of their own race. Their next targets: mankind and Earth!
On Earth, Scott St. John is mourning his beloved wife when he is struck by a golden arrow of light--a fragment of the soul of Harry Keogh, the original Necroscope--and gains powers he does not understand. A mysterious, beautiful woman appears, desperately trying to warn Scott about something . . . then vanishes mid-word. Scott dreams of a very unusual Wolf, who begs him--in human speech--for rescue.
A fledgling Necroscope, a telepathic Wolf, a beautiful woman from beyond the stars, the ghost of Harry Keogh, the best of E-Branch's psychic fighting forces, and a dead girl who is not yet ready to seek her just reward must defeat three impossibly strong, psychically gifted monsters whose touch literally melts flesh from bone.
"Since reading Lumley's "Necroscope" series, I know that vampires really do exist!"--H. R. Giger
"Provides plenty of fun in the classic pulp tradition."--Publishers Weekly on Necroscope: The Touch
"Lumley has accomplished the impossible by creating a book that will captivate fans of science fiction, horror, and espionage alike."--Romantic Times BOOKReviews on Necroscope: The Touch
"Lumley combines horror and alien-invasion themes uncommonly deftly."--Booklist
"Lumley excels at depicting heroes larger than life and horrors worse than death."--Publishers Weekly
"A vampire adventure for the Tom Clancy set."--Fangoria on Necroscope: Avengers
"Necroscope fans will find themselves reading as fast as Lumley can type."--Kirkus Reviews on Necroscope: Invaders
Jake wants revenge against the Italian mobsters who killed the woman he loved. Vampire hunting can wait until his own bloodlust is satisfied. But Jake discovers that the gangsters he's trying to kill are vampire-spawn hidden for two generations in human guise.
Four books in Lumley's classic series of modern horror featuring Harry Keogh, a man who has the uncanny ability to talk to the dead, are now available in these specially priced editions. Reissue.
About the Author
Brian Lumley is the author of the Necroscope series and many other novels of horror, adventure, and science fiction, including Khai of Khem, the Titus Crow series, and the Tales of the Primal Land. Lumley has won the British Fantasy Award for his short fiction. Brian Lumley and his wife live in England and visit the United States on a regular basis.