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Under the Beetle's Cellar

Walker, Mary Willis

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Título: Under the Beetle's Cellar

Editorial: Bantam Books (Mm)

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Condición del libro: Good

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Sinopsis: Kidnapped by a cult of secretive and dangerous religious extremists calling themselves the Hearth Nazarenes, Vietnam vet Walter Demming, an Austin, Texas school bus driver, and eleven of his young charges have been held underground in the cult's highly-fortified compound for forty-six days. The team of federal negotiators assigned to the case makes little progress, and little by little all hope of rescuing the hostages ebbs away.

Under The Beetle's Cellar

Two years prior to the school bus hijacking, Molly Cates, crime reporter for the Lone Star Monthly, had the bad luck to interview the leader of the fanatical cult, Samuel Mordecai -- an interview straight from the lower reaches of Hell. Mordecai was fascinatingly charismatic, and Molly left the interview having felt trapped, abused and mesmerized by a madman who kept her literally pinned to her chair while he ranted on about his apocalyptic visions for the demise of mankind.

The experience left Molly feeling haunted, but as time passes and hope for the children dims, it seems Molly is the only one with enough information about the maniacal Mordecai to serve as the conduit between him and the hostage negotiators.

Culminating in an explosive psychological confrontation so harrowing, you'll race to the terrifying finish, Under The Beetle's Cellar is a bone-chilling tale tipped from today's headlines, and more frightening than our worst nightmares.

Sinopsis: For 46 days, a bus driver and 11 schoolchildren have been buried underground in the fortified compound of a fundamentalist cult. Without daylight or contact with the outside world, they have to endure the rants of the cult's leader, who predicts the arrival of the apocalypse in five days time.

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