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Ingram, Eleanor M.: The Thing From the Lake. v1, 25 Feb 2008
Imaginative weird thriller concerning a composer engaged in mental conflict with powerful beings from another dimension whose doorway to our dimension is a farm in Connecticut. Some claim Lovecraft was influenced by this novel.
From the opening:
The house cried out to me for help.
In the after-knowledge I now possess of what was to happen there, that impression is not more clearly definite than it was at my first sight of the place. Let me at once set down that this is not the story of a haunted house. It is, or was, a beleaguered house; strangely besieged as was Prague in the old legend, when a midnight army of spectres unfurled pale banners and encamped around the city walls.
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