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  • Horror House
  • Author: Andrea D'Allasandra
  • Publisher: Writers Club Press
  • Year: 2003
  • Country: US
  • 160 pages

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Three years ago all the residents of Mountain Manor vanished without a trace during a blizzard. Now, the Manor has reopened as an upscale chalet. The residents begin to vanish one by one as they are hunted down by a psychopathic killer.

Qvamp says:

One of the main characters is openly, and unabashedly, gay; and starts a straight man thinking about whether or not he could experiment with another man. The sheriff, a minor character, is also revealed (though it has nothing to do with the plot) to be bisexual.

The book is an okay story, but a bit 2-dimensional. We don't really learn much about any character. This is more a novelization of a slasher movie than anything else.

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