The ForgottenTamara Thorne
Tamara Thorne's supernatural thrillers have been hailed as pulse-pounding rides into the dark heart of our deepest fears. Now, the author of Bad Things dives into the terrifying unknown of one man's memory, where a forgotten fear is surfacing?
Will Banning survived a childhood so rough, his mind has blocked it out almost entirely – especially the horrific day his brother Michael died, a memory that flickers on the edge of his consciousness as if from a dream.
Now, as a successful psychologist, Will helps others dispel the fears the past can conjure. But he has no explanation for the increasingly bizarre paranoia affecting the inhabitants of Caledonia, California, many of whom claim to see terrifying visions and hear ominous voices – voices that tell them to do unspeakable things?
As madness and murderous impulses grip the coastal town, Will is compelled to confront his greatest fear and unlock the terrifying secret of his own past in a place where evil isn't just a memory – it's alive and waiting to strike?
Tamara Thorne (born 1957), who also writes under the nom de plume Chris Curry, is an American horror writer born in Los Angeles, California. Her novel Winter Scream, co-authored with L. Dean James, was nominated for the 1991 Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel.