The TombAdversary Cycle/Repairman Jack (Volume 2)
F. Paul Wilson
The Tomb kicks off the Repairman Jack series that Stephen King calls "one of the best all-out adventure stories I've read in years."
Much to the chagrin of his girlfriend, Gia, Repairman Jack doesn't deal with appliances. He fixes situations—situations that too often land him in deadly danger. His latest fix is finding a stolen necklace which, unknown to him, is more than a simple piece of jewelry.
Some might say it's cursed, others might call it blessed. The quest leads Jack to a rusty freighter on Manhattan's West Side docks. What he finds in its hold threatens his sanity and the city around him. But worst of all, it threatens Gia's daughter Vicky, the last surviving member of a bloodline marked for extinction.
"One of the all-time great characters in one of the all-time great series." --Lee Child
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Thursday, August 2
I. Repairman Jack awoke with light in his eyess, white noise in his ears, and an ache in his back.
He had fallen asleep on the couch in the spare bedroom where he kept his VCR and...
Praise for The Tomb
“The Tomb is one of the best all-out adventure stories I've read in years.” —Stephen King (President of the Repairman Jack fan club)
“Repairman Jack is one of the most original and intriguing characters to arise out of contemporary fiction in ages. . . . hugely entertaining.” —Dean Koontz
“F. Paul Wilson is a great storyteller and a thoughtful one.” —David Morrell
“A riveting combination of detective story and horror fiction . . . .This thriller is fast-action fun!” —Publishers Weekly on The Tomb
“F. Paul Wilson is a hot writer, and his hottest, and my favorite creation, is Repairman Jack. No one does this kind of weird meets crime better than Wilson. Gripping, fascinating, one of a kind. That's F. Paul Wilson and Repairman Jack.” —Joe R. Lansdale
“Call a plumber when the sink is clogged, the cops when you've been robbed, but when the you-know-what hits the fan, it's time to call Repairman Jack. . . . Wilson's tale shakes, rattles and rolls.” —New York Daily News on The Haunted Air