3rd Annual Richard Laymon Contest – Book II

Details on the next book that’s up for grabs is below.

Friday Night in Beast House

Headline Book Publishing (October 4, 2007)

Paperback (160 pages)

Friday Night in Beast House

Michael would do anything to get a date with Alison – anything. Alison has just one condition for guys that want to date her – they have to spend a night with her in the legendary Beast House. To Michael a night alone with Alison is a chance of a lifetime but if the stories about the Beast House are true it may also be a chance to die. As he waits for Alison, in the cellar of the macabre museum, Michael tries to keep his first date nerves in check. But what he’s feeling now is nothing compared to the terror he`ll face before the night is out.

How to enter:

Leave a Comment under THIS Post.  Your entry must be received by Midnight on Saturday, July16th.  One lucky person will then be chosen at random from all entries and the winner’s name posted by July 18th.  Please, only one entry per person.

Good Luck!


7 thoughts on “3rd Annual Richard Laymon Contest – Book II

  1. Congrats go to Krista Heaton! Krista, you’ll receive an email soon from me.

    To everyone else – thank you for entering! The next contest will begin in a few weeks.

  2. I think this is one of the most underrated of Dicks books. Ive read the entire beast house series 3 times already but would love to have the hardcover to add to my collection 🙂 all i need is a writers tale 🙂 to complete my Laymon Novel Collection. I introduce everyone i know to Laymon when i can a pure genius who is missed.

  3. As an avid fan of Richard Laymon, I too would love to read this book. Bet you would have to keep the light on when you read it!

  4. Fiends was my first Laymon, Friday Night In The Beast House my first beast house novel – I then went straight back to his first The Cellar and read every (affordable lol) book by Laymon I could buy or loan from the library. Still trynig to save for a copy of A Writer’s Tale and The Wilds.

  5. The cellar was the book that made me a laymon fanatic. The whole series is just amazing. X

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