Night Shift Author:Stephen King In the ominous, frightening world of Stephen King there are things unimagined, almost unspeakable, working the NIGHT SHIFT: — -Strange presences in Jerusalem's Lot, a town abandoned for generations--and with good reason. No one who wanders there now, after the sun has set, ever comes back alive . . . — -And the hideous growths on the hands of a fo... more »rmer astronaut--tiny round and yellow eyes popping through the skin, watching him, not liking what they see . . .
-And the mysterious little girl lost in a fierce Maine blizzard, calling out to her rescuers in a pitiful voice. But she walks on top of the deep, drifting snow--and leaves no tracks . . .
-And the grim-faced children in a Midwest town where no one seems to live past the age of nineteen . . .
-And the vermin in the second sub-cellar of the old mill--abandoned to darkness for a hundred years and now assuming shapes and sizes nature never intended them to take . . .
-And the giant folding and steam pressing machine in the Blue Ribbon Laundry--an impressive and reliable piece of equipment, until it got its first taste of human blood . . .« less