Tower of Doom (Ravenloft #9) - Mark Anthony

Cover at by Bruce Eagle.

In the bell tower of Nartok Keep there lives a monster. At least, so it is whispered in the village below. But Wort is no monster. He is merely a man – gentle and lonely, his form hideously twisted by fate.

When a good deed earns Wort only the revilement of Nartok's folk, he makes a dark decision. If they think him a monster, then that is exactly what he will be...

Tower of Doom is the ninth in an open-ended series of Gothic horror tales dealing with the masters and monsters of the RAVENLOFT dark fantasy setting.

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Release date: 1994
Genres: fantasy
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Updated: January 16, 2017

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