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Total madness and a feel of Harry Potter, but for adults this time. Huge cast, a map, street index and comedy I have never come across in a "horror" story before. Set in Yorkshire which I love having lived in West Yorkshire some 20 years ago. So know where the author is coming from.
Weird but good characters and well written this author has a great imagination.
This is such a romp and oh my goodness this is the third- I urge readers to read all three of these novels and the seaside thrown in as well for good measure.
Bizarre but strangely I enjoyed this - hope there is a chance of book 4. I am certainly seeking this author out.
There's no rest for the wicked in Witches Brew, the third instalment of the Whitborough Novels.
Lindsay Boldwood, Yorkshire's unluckiest werewolf joins the Caravan Club and embarks on a final night of mayhem, pursued by a bandy-legged ex-army sniper and a farmer with a very sharp grudge.
Barnett Crosbie, the Aberdeen mafia's most dangerous export, finding himself rich and ready for a life abroad, engineers the biggest explosion since the war to cover his tracks and Anarchy Mary spends a night buried in Dalby Forest.
The Black Hand Coven come out of hiding at an Elvis tribute night, only to be attacked by their pet demon Tetarzepandomestos and a lonely little Parson's terrier finds a new home...'
Closing date: 28/02/2019
Publication date: 16/10/2018
Publisher: Troubador Publishing
|Publication date:||16th October 2018|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery, Horror, Indie Books We Love, Thriller / Suspense,|
|Categories:||Horror & ghost stories,|
ALISTAIR LAVERS lives in Yorkshire and is the author of Treasure Trove (Matador, 2015) and Mystery City (Matador 2017). He has been the co-owner of an independent rock/ alternative record store chain, a nightclub manager, and started the UK's first course in Graffiti Art at Scarborough Technical College.More About Alistair Lavers