Novels and poetry

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Author: F. Paul Wilson

ISBN: 978-954-320-197-6
Category: Novels and poetry
Cover: Paperback, Format: 13х21, Pages: 440, Weight: 360 g

Out of print

Price: 15.00 lv

Votes: 2

This is one of the best stories I have read for years. Steven King (President of the Fan Club of Repairman Jack) Repairman Jack is not the ordinary jack-of-all-trades repairing household appliances. What he rather copes with is not breakdowns, but situations, in which he often even risks his own life. Jack has no family name, no identity card or social security number; he only works for cash and does not hesitate when an assignment has to be completed. Dr Alicia Claton, a pediatrician, working with AIDS children, has numerous secrets. She has recently inherited a house, clouded in mysticism. Persecuted by painful memories, Alicia wants this house destroyed. But everyone she engages to help her with this task gets somehow brutally murdered. This estate conceals an important, powerful secret and Thomas, Alicia's detestable brother, seems to have resolved to get hold of it by all means. But not if Repairman Jack is the first to unravel the mystery! "F. Paul Wilson is a terrific writer. And his most terrific and my best-loved piece of writing is Repairman Jack. No one can deal better with "the clash of the odd with crime" than Wilson. Entertaining, intriguing, the only one of his kind. This is what F. Paul Wilson and Repairman Jack are." Joe P.Landsdale

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