• Teena Reid

    "Salem's Lot" by Stephen King #books #reading #movies #film

  • ~ KaiZeN ~

    Salem's Lot ~ Stephen King One of my favorite vampire books ever, it is as scary now as it was the first time I read the book. Stephen King is the master of science fiction novels.

  • Jefe Supremo

    Salem's Lot is another of my favorite books from Stephen King

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