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The Building

John Nelson

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Murder, suspense and sinister goings on generally are the themes of this intricately woven thriller tale which will leave you with a definite spine-chilling feeling right up to the final page.Behind all of this murderous suspense is a building – butMoreMurder, suspense and sinister goings on generally are the themes of this intricately woven thriller tale which will leave you with a definite spine-chilling feeling right up to the final page.Behind all of this murderous suspense is a building – but a building is simply a structure of stone and steel, yes? No, not this one! Definitely not! Have you ever been in a building which was so sinister it was almost alive with fear-invoking feeling? Then you will know exactly how this building feels.It is the home to various interesting groups of people, as well as individually fascinating and absorbing characters, each involved in the thriller element of this beautifully crafter suspense. Except that these individuals dont seem to know that they are, in one way or another – or even several ways – part of these groups. And part of The Building.A series of characters, most of whom have something to hide, become embroiled in the feud between the ladies of The Salon, who ostensibly have the best interests of the neighbourhood at heart, and the Gorey Family, who are, well, rather less altruistic.Oh yes - and the mysterious Gupta, an agent of the building, who inveigles himself into all of this, whether these people know or not . . . inhabitants of the Building like the jewel thief, Crawford, in hiding after crossing the Goreys without even knowing it- the corrupt city council planning official, Taggart, who has driven himself mad through some inadvisable alchemical experiments- and Valerie, who finds herself demolishing a building without really knowing why.But at the centre of all of this is The Building, all controlling and all pervading, a structure but more than just a structure, a centre for murder, theft, vandalism and mind-control all of which culminate in an explosive climax.