God Blessed America No More

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AuthorHouse, 2007 - 188
September 15, 1965. Thunder rumbled softly above the quiet little town of Bright Star, which lay nestled in the valley of the great Tennessee mountains... When the storm came, it destroyed the dam of Bright Star...But it was no accident. Six-hundred and fifty-three people lost their lives in the horrible flood...That was no accident. Thirteen people survived...THAT was an accident. For forty years, the town of Bright Star lay hidden underneath the murky waters of Lake Natas... An unspeakable evil stood guard over the town from the hills above...Waiting. David Sinclair has been given a second chance to finish what he started forty years ago... He's more frightening than Freddy... He's stronger than Jason... He's more menacing than Michael... And he's more evil than all of them put together... David Sinclair has returned from Hell...And he's not about to go back. He has a job to do...You are his job. September 2005, a group of vacationing houseboaters take a cruise on Lake Natas for a week of relaxation and rest. They have no idea that they are embarking on a one-way cruise to Hell. The vacationers and locals quickly find themselves surrounded by the nightmares of the past, and the horrible secret of Dark Star Hollow. The locals won't talk...The police can't help...And the fate of thirteen people lay in the hands of one man who has also returned to Dark Star Hollow to avenge the lives of six-hundred fifty-three souls trapped below the evil waters of Lake Natas. Dark Star Hollow is a true tale of terror. The sense of isolation and supernatural evil are the key factors that our characters are swallowed by. It becomes a twisted carnival of paranoia and faith as the group struggles to defeat the evil that waits for them in Dark Star Hollow...

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