Gregory Pendennis Library Of Black Sorcery

Dennis Wheatley – The Devil Rides Out

Posted by glampunk on August 28, 2007

Dennis Wheatley – The Devil Rides Out (Arrow, June 1974: originally Hutchinson, 1934)

The Devil Rides Out

When the Duke de Richleau and Rex van Ryn sat at dinner that night, there was only one topic of conversation: what lay behind the disappearance of Simon Aaron from his usual haunts?

The answer was more terrible than they feared. Their oldest and dearest friend had fallen prey to Satanism – the deadliest enemy of mankind.

If de Richleau and Rex were to save him, they had first to conquer the Forces of Darkness. And that meant treading the most perilous path of all …

There have been an estimated trillion editions of The Devil Rides Out since its first publication but perhaps this one best suits our purpose as it features the legendary flame babe on the cover.

Excellent Franklin Marsh review here:

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