In the narrow, twisting streets of this decaying 19th century city, the murders of two boys shock the locals. With poverty rife, life for many is a battle to keep hunger away and merely survive from day to day.
In this squalor of danger and death, The Pawnbroker plies his trade. A man of evil temper, he craves the one thing that will bring him the fulfillment he covets.
In the present day, two teenage boys explore an abandoned Tudor-style house. As the eerie atmosphere fills the boys with a sense of dread, they realize that something sinister is in the air.
As the past reaches the present, the boys must uncover the mystery of the house… and face the evil only known as The Pawnbroker.
Stuart G. Yates
on Book of the Day .org