Robert R. McCammon könyvei a rukkolán

Robert R. McCammon - Csak ​az enyém
Mary ​végre megtalálta a boldogságot. Van egy kisfia, aki csak az övé. Egy kisfiú, akit elrabolt. és akiért ölni is képes. Mary Terrell, ismertebb nevén Mary Terror: A radikális hatvanas évek túlélője, a hírhedt Vihar Front nevű terrorszervezet egykori fanatikus tagja, többszörös gyilkos. Laura Clayborne: Sikeres újságíró, férje üzletember, BMW-t vezet, és Atlanta legelőkelőbb kertvárosában lakik. Mivel házassága elkezd darabokra hullani, Laura abban bízik, hogy életét megszületendő gyermeke, David fogja teljessé tenné. Amikor Mary Terror elrabolja a kórházból Laura újszülött fiát, kíméletlen hajsza veszi kezdetét. Ha Laura élve akarja visszakapni Davidet, Laurának úgy kell gondolkodnia, és úgy kell cselekednie, mint Marynek. Mert bizonyos dolgokat még Laura sem tudott magáról. Többek közt, hogy ő is képes ölni, ha a gyermekéről van szó.

Robert R. McCammon - Speaks ​the Nightbird
The ​Carolinas, 1699: The citizens of Fount Royal believe a witch has cursed their town with inexplicable tragedies, and they demand that beautiful widow Rachel Howarth be tried and executed for witchcraft. Presiding over the trial is traveling magistrate Issac Woodward, aided by his astute young clerk, Matthew Corbett. Believing in Rachel's innocence, Matthew will soon confront the true evil at work in Fount Royal. After hearing damning testimony, magistrate Woodward sentences the accused witch to death by burning. Desperate to exonerate the woman he has come to love, Matthew begins his own investigation among the townspeople. Piecing together the truth, he has no choice but to vanquish a force more malevolent than witchcraft in order to save his beloved Rachel and free Fount Royal from the menace claiming innocent lives.

Neil Gaiman - Kim Harrison - Robert R. McCammon - Maggie Stiefvater - William Peter Blatty - Clive Baker - Mark Twain - Lauren Kate - Joe Hill - James Steele - Demons
2011 ​BRAM STOKER WINNER for Superior Achievement in an Anthology! This mind-blowing anthology cracks open the lid on demonic lore, from the possessed to fallen angels and the Devil himself. The next book in Black Dog's supernatural series, Demons presents thirty-six terrifying, tantalizing tales in which evil spirits wreak havoc on the world. Neil Gaiman, William Peter Blatty, Kim Harrison and Robert R. McCammon join H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allen Poe, Charles Beaumont, Bentley Little, Maggie Stiefvator, Danielle Trussoni, David J. Schow, Karl Edward Wagner, Richard Christian Matheson, Adram-Troy Castro, Amelia Beamer, Cody Goodfellow, Carlton Mellick III, and dozens more, both old and new. Horror legend John Skipp, editor of Zombies and Werewolves and Shapeshifters, provides fascinating insight into the history and details of demon lore, and its role in popular culture. Between the extensive resource materials and the lovingly selected stories - ranging from fantasy, horror, paranormal romance, and magic realism to full-blown Bizarro - Demons is an indispensable text, and the most fun you'll ever have with the forces of evil.

Robert R. McCammon - Swan ​Song
Swan ​Song is rich with such characters as an ex-wrestler named Black Frankenstein, a New York City bag lady who feels power coursing from a weird glass ring, a boy who claws his way out of a destroyed survivalist compound. They gather their followers and travel toward each other, all bent on saving a blonde girl named Swan from the Man of Many Faces. Swan Song is often compared to Stephen King's The Stand, and for the most part, readers who enjoy one of the two novels, will enjoy the other. Like The Stand, it's an end-of-the-world novel, with epic sweep, apocalyptic drama, and a cast of vividly realized characters. But the tone is somewhat different: The good is sweeter, the evil is more sadistic, and the setting is harsher, because it's the world after a nuclear holocaust. Swan Song won a 1988 Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel. It's a monster of a horror book, brimming over with stories and violence and terrific imagery--God and the Devil, the whole works.

Robert R. McCammon - Boy's ​Life
Robert ​McCammon delivers "a tour de force of storytelling" (BookPage) in his award-winning masterpiece, a novel of Southern boyhood, growing up in the 1960s, that reaches far beyond that evocative landscape to touch readers universally. Boy's Life is a richly imagined, spellbinding portrait of the magical worldview of the young -- and of innocence lost. Zephyr, Alabama, is an idyllic hometown for eleven-year-old Cory Mackenson -- a place where monsters swim the river deep and friends are forever. Then, one cold spring morning, Cory and his father witness a car plunge into a lake -- and a desperate rescue attempt brings his father face-to-face with a terrible, haunting vision of death. As Cory struggles to understand his father's pain, his eyes are slowly opened to the forces of good and evil that surround him. From an ancient mystic who can hear the dead and bewitch the living, to a violent clan of moonshiners, Cory must confront the secrets that hide in the shadows of his hometown -- for his father's sanity and his own life hang in the balance...