Thad Beaurnont is a writer. In the
not-too-distant past the literary press
was full of critical acclaim for his work.
Then he hit a period of difficulty with
his writing, and he invented George
Stark. At first, Stark was a bit of fun, a
pseudonym, complete with sinister
author biography, under which Thad
could create violent and commerdal
thrillers. But the thrillers became
bestsellers and soon Stark was earning
far more money than Beaumont, and
. Beaumontwas creating nothing atall.
But now Thad is feeling better. The
father of infant twins, he’s beginning
to write for himself again. He no
longer needs George Stark, and
somehow relieved that the game is
over, he announces that Stark will
write no more. He even “buries” him,
with a spedally made headstone, for a
Which is all very funny and a happy
ending to a lucrative but strange
period in the life ofThad and Liz
Beaurnont. Except for one thing.
George Stark doesn’t want to die.
Impossibly, terrifyingly, in an orgy of
violence, he appears to have returned
– a killing machine intent on
destroying anything and everything
that stands between him and the man
who created him …
1st edition hardcover. 412 pages. In good to very good condition including book jacket.