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Book Reviews of Prince of Darkness

Prince of Darkness
Prince of Darkness
Author: Barbara Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780425108536
ISBN-10: 0425108538
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Paperback
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7 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 13 more book reviews
Great book! Enjoy :)
DEC avatar reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 134 more book reviews
A mystery with a twist of occult. A stranger comes to a small Maryland town with a mysterious purpose, but the quaint affluent community has dark secrets of its own.
reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 119 more book reviews
Pretty good story.
reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 90 more book reviews
I still don't know how to pronounce Tiphaine.....I liked this book. Unlike most of her stories, this one concealed the hero's purpose until halfway through and once things were explained, you understood that you had everything backwards. But he was a likeable hero and I loved the ookiness. Barbara appears to have done her homework into the occult so I guess the rituals and whatnot were relatively accurate.....Not the best of her books but I still have my copy and I'm not getting rid of it.
Readnmachine avatar reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 1292 more book reviews
Early Michaels -- this one won't give you nightmares, but it's an interesting read anyway, with a couple of twists at the end.
Jrzy avatar reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 35 more book reviews
I grabbed this old book at an estate sale and expected it to be pretty lurid from the front cover and the title. But actually, it was a great story! Well-written, fast-paced, not the kind of horror that will keep you awake all night, but definitely a chill-producer.
teagenie avatar reviewed Prince of Darkness on + 22 more book reviews
A stranger has come to Middleburg, Maryland, a visitor from abroad with a mysterious purpose. But this quaint, affluent community has dark secrets of its own. And when the interloper, Peter Stewart, becomes involved with the bewitching, seductive ward of noted local author Kate More, the townfolk fear the chilling past they are hiding will no longer be safe. For Middleburg has a colonial history of malevolent sorceries and obscene sacrifice. And when the terrible pot is stirred, murder may be the least of the evils to emerge from the unholy brew.
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