"The word scary doesn't come close to doing the book justice," writes the Chicago Tribune about "The Bloodstone", book #2 in Ken Eulo's multi-million-copy bestselling 'Stone Trilogy.' Actress Chandal Knight has no memory of the fateful night she nearly died in New York City two years before. No one, including the psychiatrist at Lakewood Sanatorium, has been able to find out what exactly happened. Chandal has since settled in Los Angeles, where she resumed her acting career and started getting romantically involved with her agent, Ron Talon. But then Chandal suddenly finds herself sitting in a cab in New York City one day, having no idea how she got there. She is frightened and bewildered by an inexplicable force that seems to be taking over her heart, mind and body, and it is only when she is back in her old neighborhood, at the very place where she nearly died, does she find peace. After Chandal puts on a necklace finds in her purse a charming carriage house on West 85th Street becomes available for her to live in. Then she lands a major part in a new play. She is happy and hopeful for the first time in a long while. Then terrifying visions and flashbacks begin - confused, dark, deeply sexual - the source of which she cannot remember. Worried about her, Ron Talon brings her psychiatrist with him to New York, where they find Chandal talking about possession, of being turned into someone else. While everyone around Chandal believes she is slipping into insanity, she is facing, by herself, the insidious evil that has been so patiently waiting for her return.
Used availability for Ken Eulo's The Bloodstone
October 1982 : USA Paperback
November 1982 : UK Paperback
September 1981 : USA Paperback
March 2013 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
October 2012 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition