Fenny, you're completely correct. Sibs is one of the most extraordinary suspense novels I've ever read. It's an odd one. It didn't get the push it should have from the publisher. It came out as a limited hardcover, then was released as a mass-market paperback with little or no fanfare. A damn shame, considering the uninspired "thrillers" that were getting pushed heavily by their publishers at the time.
Another excellent, nearly "lost" book of Wilson's is his World War II epic, Black Wind. The "Wind" of the title refers to the fallout from an atomic explosion. I was lucky to grab a hardcover for a few bucks years ago. I read an interview with F. Paul Wilson a while ago saying he'd love to this one reprinted.
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