1983, Putnam

Closer...They found the town slient, apparently abandoned. Then they found the first
body strangely swollen and still warm. One hundred and fifty were dead, 350 missing.
But the terror had only begun in the tiny mountain town of Snowfiled, California. And
Closer...At first they thought it was the work of a maniac. Or terrorists. Or toxic
contamination. Or a bizarre new disease. And Closer...But then they found the truth. And
they saw it in the flesh. And it was worse than anything any of them had ever imagined...

1982, Leigh Nichols

She woke up in a hospital room, barely able to remember her own name. What secrets
lay hidden within Susan Thorton's mind? What terrible accident brought her here? And
who were the four shadowy strangers, waiting like death in the darkened corridors? One
by one, Susan unlocked these mysteries. And step by step, she approached the torment
of her past - a single night of violence, waged by four young men in...The House of Thunder.

1981, Leigh Nichols

A year has passed since little Danny's death - a year since his mother began the painful
process of acceptance. But tonight, Tina Evans swore she saw her Danny in a stranger's
car. Then she dreamed that Danny was alive. And when she awoke, she found a
message waiting for her in Danny's bedroom - two disturbing words scrawled on his
chalkboard: NOT DEAD. Was it someone's grim joke? Her mind playing tricks on her?
Or something...more? For Tina Evans, it was a mystery she couldn't escape. An
obsession that would lead her from the bright lights of Las Vegas to the cold shadows of
the High Sierras. A terrible secret seen only by...the Eyes of Darkness.

1981, Jove Books

Such a pretty face. So young, so sweet. She appeared out of nowhere, in the middle of
traffic, on a busy day. A teenager with no past, no family, no memories. Such a lovely
child. So blond and beautiful. Carol and Paul were drawn to her, she was the child they'd
never had. A dream come true. And then Carol's nightmares began - the ghastly sounds in
the night...the bloody face in the mirror...the razor-sharp ax. Such relentless evil. So
deceptively innocent. Most mothers would die for such a darling little angel. And that's
what frightened Carol the most.