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Graham Masterton (born 16 January 1946 in Edinburgh) is a British horror author. This novel was adapted in 1978 for the film The Manitou.

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. The repertoire of books written by Graham Masterton included historical sagas and fictional novels with disaster and thriller as themes. Not all his fictional writings were full-length ones; some were a series of short stories too. His versatility as a novelist beyond the genre of horror was doubly proven when his writing Night Warriors was published in 1986. The theme of the plot of this novel was based on pure fantasy.

Interview with Graham Masterton. GRAHAM: The sex books actually started when I was still at Mayfair, as an extension of Quest. I wrote two: Your Erotic Fantasies and Girls Who Said Yes, both by Edward Thorne. His historical romances Rich (Simon & Schuster) and Maiden Voyage (St Martins) both featured in The New York Times Bestseller List. He has twice been awarded a Special Edgar by Mystery Writers of America (for Charnel House, and more recently Trauma, which was also named by Publishers Weekly as one of the hundred best novels of the year.

Graham Masterton became a published author in 1971 with the non-fiction book Acts of Love (written as Dr. Jan Berghoff). He debuted as a novelist in 1976 with the novel The Manitou as well as Inserts (the latter written as Anton Rimart).

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Heiress Catriona Keys, Jack Dempsey, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. are among the passengers sailing aboard the S.S. "Arcadia" on its maiden voyage in 1924

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Rasmus
Graham Masterton is an excellent writer and astoundingly creative. This book takes you on a trip on an ultra luxury cruise in the roaring 1920s. Masterton make you feel like you are right there in the middle of all the excitement. Lots of drama, action, extreme wealth and intriguing characters, this is one engrossing book. This is a VERY long book, but I was still sad when I finished, like I was parting from dear friends.
Akinonris
GRAHAM MASTERTON IS ONE OF THE BEST AUTHORS AT SCARING YOU TO DEATH.STEPHEN KING HAS NOTHING ON HIM.THE DARK ANGEL WILL GIVE YOU NIGHTMARES FOR WEEKS.I READ EVERTHING OF HIS I COULD FIND.MAIDEN VOYAGE IS OUT OF HIS NORM.A WONDERFUL STORY WITH INTERESTING PEOPLE AND SUBPLOTS.WHILE MASTERTONS STORIES USUALLY REPEL, THIS ONE BRINGS YOU ON A JOURNEY OF HIS CHARACTERS HEARTS AND MINDS.I REREAD IT OFTEN, AND CONTINUE TO LOOK FOR MORE OF HIS [email protected] LINDA STEWART
Maiden Voyage download epub
British & Irish
Author: Graham Masterton
ISBN: 0312504322
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: British & Irish
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Press (September 1, 1984)
Pages: 470 pages