By Charles L. Grant
The village of Ashford, New Jersey, is about to discover terror. The Howler, a bloody killer who has already shredded six teens, is moving in. Seventeen-year-old Don Boyd doesn’t need the grief. He’s already under siege — jock trouble, girl trouble, school trouble, family trouble. Then one frosty autumn night, Don is jumped by the Howler. Suddenly they’re surrounded by fog, green fire, the sound of iron striking iron . . .
And Ashford’s real horror begins.