Another superb contribution from this Master of Mystery, which is equally, if not even more thrilling and spine-chillingly-tingly than his previous books. As always, one is gripped and intrigued from the very first , and each chapter-ending leaves the reader compelled to keep reading. Now immortal, having drunk the powerful waters of The Well, Robbie is convinced he has nothing to fear; but soon finds his new powers are severely tested as he is once again haunted by supernatural forces. In his quest to overcome the evil forces which threaten his life, he faces a series of dark and sinister encounters , ancient demons, terrifying monsters, macabre deeds and gruesome tortures. Dark and disturbing, this book is an exciting experience. Superbly written, the stomach-churning, toe-curling episodes are most definitely not suitable for those of a nervous disposition. "Death's Dark Design" is Glenn Stuart's sequel to "The Well of Constant Despair" and makes it his fourth book to be published this year, following on from "Cold Hell in Darley Dene" and "The Accursed Dawn". His latest contribution, "The Pawnbroker", is due to be released later this year, and he already has more in the pipeline.