DOLORES CLAIBORNE , Stephen King , Hodder 1993
More of a mystery than a horror novel, Dolores Claiborne contains only the briefest glances at the supernatural. The novel presents Stephen King as a writer experimenting with style and narrative, time and perspective. Fans looking for a skin-crawling, page-turning fright or an undead bloodbath will be disappointed, but a patient reader willing to savour King`s leisurely study of character and island life will find many rewards. And all of this is not to say that the book is without suspense.
paperback, size 13 x 19,5 cm , 304 pages