The Tribe

The Tribe

Highly acclaimed when first published in 1981, The Tribe follows a group of Jewish people who not only survive the concentration camps, but thrive. Their secret follows them to modern-day Brooklyn, where they continue their relationship and keep their deadly cabal until one day a new threat arrives...
Drawing on Jewish mythology and folklore, the novel also combines well-drawn characters and police procedural to create a memorable and humane horror novel.

Title:The Tribe
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780451111043
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    The Tribe Reviews

  • McGrouchpants, Ltd.

    Strangley, this mass-market cheapie paperback is one of the best fictional efforts I've come across in helping one not-"understand"-but-"grasp" the Holocaust: a list that'd include, for me, Thomas Pyn...

  • Valancourt Books

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  • Horace Derwent

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  • Grady Hendrix

    A generous and empathetic novel about communities of outsiders trying to survive in New York City and the undead golems that want to crush their skulls and rip out their arms. I've written about this ...

  • Jon Recluse

    A well written thriller concerning the mysterious survivors of the Belzec death camp during World War II, and the deadly secret that protects them still 40 years later.Interesting use of Jewish folklo...

  • James Oxyer

    My mission for the summer of 2018 has been working through the stack of '70s/'80s paperback horror novels sitting on my bookshelf. It's been an interesting ride to say the least, and while most books ...

  • Eric

    When I started reading this book, I got the sneaky feeling that I had read it before. It's about Jewish survivors of a Nazi death camp, how they survived, and how they're up to their same tactics in p...

  • Thomas

    The joy of reading these reissued horror novels by Valancourt is finding the gems that have been overlooked by history, like Samson's The Auctioneer or anything by Michael McDowell. The Tribe hasn't e...

  • Aaron

    Is it a love story or a war story or a horror story? Who can tell....

  • K.G. White

    Wow, this was another kind of jewish revenge horror story. The complicated part was finding yourself sympathizing with every single character, realizing where their motives are coming from makes it di...