Forever Will You Suffer
Cover art by Adam Mock/Medallion Press
Unsuspecting Rick Summers had simply gone to the cemetery to visit the graves of his mother and sister, killed in a car accident years earlier. He had the cabbie wait for him. But when he got back into the taxi, he didn’t have the same driver. His new chauffeur was a re-animated corpse. And he was about to take a drive into hell.
"This book was audacious fun, reminding me of Richard Laymon and early Graham Masterton."
"Forever Will You Suffer plays out like a film, with strong and eerie visuals, some genuine shocks, and a lingering feeling of creepiness. I strongly recommend it!"
"Forever Will You Suffer is a deeply personal kind of horror story that gets inside the head and heart of the characters."
"This novel, Frank's first, takes Dante's Divine Comedy and turns it inside out. It's a fun story, dark, compelling, and a fast paced read."
"Forever Will You Suffer features an intricate concept, decent characters, and a really fun post-ending. ... this one is a pretty wild supernatural thriller." -- The Horror Fiction Review
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