Don't Say His Name - John C. Foster
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Don’t Say His Name

07 Nov Don’t Say His Name

Writing the short story and then adapting that into the novel that became MISTER WHITE remains one of the most enjoyable writing experiences in my career. It’s an understatement to say I’m excited it’s still finding new readers and more so that a writer of Karen Heuler’s skill had this reaction:

“The wonderful thing about Mister White is the strength of both the writing and the characters. Mr White is the whisper behind every scene, relentless and unforgiving. We meet a lot of people who are put in motion by Mr White—main characters and incidental—as His presence flows out and pursues them–not in a good way, of course. The pacing is sharp and the dread is real, but there are surprising moments of real compassion and kindness. You’ll feel the hairs on the back of your neck rise as you read. A stunning novel.”

You can see the Goodreads page here

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