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by William Hjortsberg.
Foreword by Ridley Scott.
Introduction by James Crumley.
New afterword by the author and a bonus short story.
Letter from Stephen King.
A terrific book-what might have happened if Raymond Chandler had written The Exorcist. - Stephen King
Falling Angel combines the best of the classic detective story . . . with elements of the occult with surprising humor and wit. . . . This is the literary love-child of Raymond Chandler and Stephen King. . . . Not for the faint-of-heart - from the foreword by Ridley Scott
OVERVIEW: With a new foreword by Ridley Scott. Introduction by the late James Crumley. New afterword by the author and a bonus short story. Letter from Stephen King, the first time that the letter has ever been published in its complete form. OVERVIEW; A spellbinding novel of murder, mystery, and the occult, Falling Angel pits a tough New York private eye against the most fearsome adversary a detective ever faced. For Harry Angel, a routine missing-persons case soon turns into a fiendish nightmare of voodoo and black magic, of dizzying peril and violent death. Many people feel that Falling Angel is the greatest American supernatural horror novel of the 20th century. This trade paperback reproduces the front of the original dustjacket art by Stanislaw Zagorski, but this time it is on the black background it was intended to be.
2006 Centipede Press trade paperback first printing.