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ZACHARIA, IRWIN  (See also Sarita Irwin.)


Brotherhood of Evil  (Carousel, 1982.)


Protector #1.


                A fast paced but very badly written adventure pitting a private detective against a powerful corporation ruled by witchcraft.


Princess of Darkness  (Carousel, 1982.)


Protector #2.


                Unlamentedly, last of the Protector series. A satanist ruled multi-national corporation is involved in a plot to destroy the state of Israel, until they run into a private detective who knows how to deal with the supernatural.


Reddy or Not  (Carousel, 1982.)


Protector #3.




Three to Get Reddy  (Carousel, 1982.)


Protector #4.




ZACHARY, HUGH  (Writes Science Fiction as Zach Hughes.)


Gwen, in Green  (Gold Medal, 1974, Coronet, 1976.)


                A ghost story.?????


Revenant, The  (Onyx, 1988.)


                An effective haunted house story featuring the returned souls of the Civil War dead.  Most of the usual chills, but assembled in a very suspenseful fashion and with some really creepy scenes.




Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless, The  (Random House, 2006.)


                Kids book about battles with monsters.




Black Pockets and Other Dark Thoughts  (Golden Gryphon, 2006.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Wizrd  (St Martin's, 1994, Headline, 1995.)


The setup for this interesting horror novel has been done to death - the new family in town discovering that there's something not quite right about the place - but once past that, we have some interesting events involving a mysterious mine that was used by a sorceror.




Doom Stone, The  (HarperCollins, 1995, Hyperion, 1996.)


A young man attempts to solve the mystery of a violent and mysterious creature that has been attacking people who are studying the Stonehenge monument.  For younger readers.


Loch  (HarperCollins, 1994, Hyperion, 1995.)


An expedition searching for lake monsters uncovers a small herd of plesiosaurs that have survived into modern times.  The expedition leader plans to kill the creatures in order to prove they exist, but a pair of teenagers works behind the scenes to save them.


Night of the Bat  (Hyperion, 2001.)


                An expedition to South America runs into trouble when they are attacked by a giant bat.  For younger readers.


Reef of Death  (Hyperion, 1998.)


                A treasure hunt turns deadly when a sea monster and a nasty villain show up.




In the Name of the Father  (Dell, 1980.)


                An orphan adopted into the Catholic church and raised to be a priest is actually the vanguard of a powerful evil force who can raise demons to advance his cause.




Gray Creatures, The  (Regency, 1966.)


Dr. Death #2.


                A beautiful young woman needs to be rescued from the evil Dr. Death and his legions of undead warriors.


Shriveling Murders, The  (Regency, 1966.)


Dr. Death #3.


                Using an army of zombies, the evil mastermind seeks to seize control of a major city.


Twelve Must Die  (Regency, 1966, Weinberg, 1979.)


Dr. Death #1.


                First in the Dr. Death series, reprinted from a short lived 1930's pulp.  An evil genius uses the powers of both magic and science to raise the dead and create unstoppable armies of conquest.




Unforgiving, The  (Tower, 1982.)


                An abandoned house is about to have tenants once again, unsuspecting victims for a suiting a chance to claim fresh victims.




Southern Vampires  (Crane, 1995.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.