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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.
Jane Brown, A LoveReading Ambassador
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...'
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