You won't put this book down until you learn what happens to: Julia Randell when her hunsband regains his eyesight she discover, with mounting terror, that love is often better blind; Venetia Palmer whose husband's skin color was not a problem until they settled in Auldburn where at least one town bigot practiced hisown groteque brand of black magic; Nikakova, whose father could not forget the man who seduced her, nor could he rest until he wreaked a gruesome revenge.
Praise for this book
"Black magic, ritual murder, bizarre vengeance... a portrait of human evil worthy of the Devil himself - by a master storyteller who has more than a definite touch of the great Edgar Allan Poe." - Dennis Wheatley
Used availability for Charles Birkin's Spawn of Satan
June 1970 : Hardback