PASSERMAN'S HOLLOW by Jane Stuart

PASSERMAN'S HOLLOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Gospel gothic taking place in those holy rolling hills down there where God-fearing Mason Lawson doesn't know what to make of his firstborn son Ruben and you won't know what to make of his queer spells or running-wild activity in the north meadow, by Passerman's Hollow where a little girl lies, and worse, much worse, is to follow. Sort of a mumbojumble of bad seeds and Others and witchcraft and possession for a simple readership which probably won't lift up its eyes until it's all over.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1974
Publisher: McGraw-Hill