The Undying Monster: A Tale of the Fifth Dimension
by Jessie Douglas Kerruish
Publisher: Heath Cranton Limited 1922
Number of pages: 303
For generations, the Hammand family has lived under the shadow of a deadly curse. It will sleep for a time, only to burst into deadly life when conditions are right; and if it does not kill its victims outright, it will leave them with such terrible, unspeakable memories of the event that they go mad with the knowledge of it. No one knows the origin of the curse, or what shape it takes ...
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