The Thirteen

Susie Moloney (Author)
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Description

Desperate Housewives meets The Witches of Eastwick in Susie Moloney's wonderfully creepy novel, The Thirteen.

A paranormal thriller that blends contemporary suburban concerns and mores with the fiendishly supernatural, The Thirteen is the story of a woman who returns to her childhood home with her daughter, only to discover that the community is now run by a group of witches with nasty plans for the both of them. A wonderfully dark and original tale, The Thirteen will appeal to a wide range of readers--from fans of Laura Kasischke, Jennifer McMahon, Melissa De la Cruz, and Melissa Marr to anyone who has ever appreciated the delicious chills of Rosemary's Baby.

Product Details

Price
$14.99
Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
March 27, 2012
Pages
328
Dimensions
5.29 X 0.83 X 7.89 inches | 0.54 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062117663

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About the Author

Susie Moloney is the bestselling author of Bastion Falls, A Dry Spell, and The Dwelling. She has been published in numerous countries and assorted languages. She divides her time between the wilds of Canada and the wild world of New York City. She's not a witch, except maybe a little in the morning.

Reviews

"Like a gonzo, mirror-universe, occult version of The Stepford Wives, with a dash of Stephen King thrown in ... A compellingly uncanny narrative, binding the tropes of small town paranoia and cliquishness with the chokehold of family obligations and religious fervour, and the very real claustrophobia of poverty and desperation."--The Globe and Mail
"A creepy-fun read, with characters ready-made for a Hollywood casting call."--Maclean's
"Creepy . . . . Sure to evoke comparisons to Fritz Leiber's Conjure Wife, this evocative story will also appeal to fans of Kelley Armstrong's early works."--Publishers Weekly
"An eerie blend of The Stepford Wives, The Witches of Eastwick, and Desperate Housewives . . . features a cast of bewitching characters and a creepy story that will stick with the reader long afterward.--Library Journal