Rocker Judas Coyne fritters away his days with barely legal beauties. But when he buys a haunted suit, the apparition of a gaunt old man interrupts Coyne's love life: "The dead man lifted his head and his eyes rolled open. But where his eyes belonged was only a black scribble." Hill's debut is a thriller with moments of terror and genuine humor. The author, Stephen King's son, has created a truly evil villain whose twisted religious sensibilities dovetail nicely with Coyne's showmanship.