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   Who Made Stevie Crye?, by Michael Bishop  
 
  Novel, first publication in October 1984
 
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      For Mary Stevenson Crye, a beautiful young housewife, life had been wonderful -- loving husband, two delightful children, meaningful existence in a small Southern community. Then it all fell apart: with the sudden, unexpected death of her husband, Stevie must struggle to earn a living as a freelance writer. When her typewriter -- the sole economic support for her surviving family -- breaks down, Stevie begins to receive demonic messages through the machine, the prelude to a living nightmare of satanic entities, ghouls from beyond the grave, and the revelation of an unrequited curse over the Crye household. Michael Bishop's two previous Arkham House books have been accorded near-unanimous critical acclaim, and with this eerie new tale of hauntings and horrors the author enhances his reputation as a significant American novelist.

     
     
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  • Dreams - Nightmares
  • Horror - Terror

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