James True was not there when he died.
He returned from an out-of-body experience to find that he'd been murdered and mutilated. He had no body to go back to.
But who murdered him? The serial killer terrorizing the city--or someone closer? True had no enemies, at least none that he knew of.
To discover the truth, James True must track down his killer. The initial horror of True's experience is followed by an even greater terror . . . . his family are the murderer's next targets.
Without a body, True has no substance and no real power. No one can see him, no one can hear him, and no one except his murderer even knows his spirit still exists.
How can he save his family?
""Frightening . . . Packed with tension, thrills, and unexpected twists.""--Rocky Mountain News
""A work of genius.""--Worldbooks
""Nobody True is the kind of horror story when you think things can't get anymore grim--they do. It's a ghoulishly compelling page-turner.""--Daily Mirror
""A triumph of suspense and horror. . . . Truly horrifying . . . [and] very entertaining.""--Portsmouth Herlad
""Nobody True has one of the most unusual plotlines of the year . . . suspense, drama, and romance all wrapped up in a blanket of black humor.""--Evening Press
""This is one of those books you can't read quick enough because you desperately want to know the ending. Its brilliant, fast-moving storyline is as good as you would expect from a Herbert novel, full of twists and turns. Exceptional stuff from the master.""--Burton Mail