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Book Title: The True Bride|
The size of the: 329 KB
Edition: Bantam Books
Date of issue: December 31st 1983
The author of the book: Thomas Altman
Format files: PDF
ISBN 13: 9780553226874
Read full description of the books The True Bride:Expecting a baby should be one of the happiest times in a young couple's life. But for Ellen and Eric Campbell, the experience is one of utter horror. For someone is trying to terrorize the mother-to-be in a twisted and fiendish way. First, Ellen's favorite blue maternity blouse is slashed into shreds and found floating in the swimming pool of their apartment building. Then a hideous, headless doll appears in their bed. Ellen looks to the quiet, gentle Eric for comfort and protection, but Eric is becoming more and more withdrawn. It is only when Ellen accidentally comes across a prescription for tranquilizers in Eric's name that his terrible secret begins to unravel -- a secret of madness and a past tragedy so shattering that it still grips Eric's mind. When Ellen comes face-to-face with a ghostly woman in a tattered wedding dress -- a woman Eric insists he doesn't see -- she decides that she must flee from the man whose love she thought would protect her and the new life within her -- before it is too late.
Read information about the authorPseudonym for Campbell Armstrong. Other pseudonyms are (Campbell Black and Jeffrey Campbell). He also wrote books under his real name. Campbell Armstrong was born in Glasgow. He has a degree in philosophy from the University of Sussex. He taught creative writing from 1971-74 at the State University of New York; from 1975-78 he taught at Arizona State University.
He disliked teaching immensely so, in 1978, he began to write fiction fulltime; he had already published Assassins & Victims (1968); The Punctual Rape (1969) and Death’s Head (1971). In 1979, after he quit the academic life, he published Asterisk Destiny, and the following year Brainfire.
He remained in Arizona until 1991, during which time he wrote the novelization of Raiders of the Lost Ark and Brian De Palma’s Dressed To Kill. He also wrote the novels Jig, Mambo and Mazurka, between 1986 and 1989. In 1990 he published Concert of Ghosts, and in 1991 his novel of corrupt American influence in the Philippines, Agents of Darkness.
After 20 years in the US, he longed to return to Europe. Early in 1991 he moved to Ireland, to the heart of the bog, with his wife Rebecca. He has since written Jigsaw, Heat, Silencer and Blackout. He also published a memoir called I Hope You Have A Good Life (2000).
He has three sons and a daughter, and lives in an old house reputed to be haunted.
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