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|Trying to pigeonhole Luddington’s style of humour is surprisingly tricky. Imagine Tom Sharpe without the profanities, or Douglas Adams without the spaceships. Read More|
|The moor is darkening. Lorne feels it in his bones.
His instincts, honed by years on the battlefields of the desert, scream in warning. Or is it the monster in his head?
When Detective Inspector Tony Shaw tells him the obvious occult symbols on the dead man are nothing more than faked staging, Lorne knows his instincts are right, and the police are wrong. There is darkness and it’s spreading.
An ancient spirit line is awoken with violence and pain, seeping down from Dunkery Beacon, highest point on Exmoor, to the woodland church of Culbone on the coast.
Lorne Turner, SAS soldier and survivalist trainer turns to his best friend, Ella Morgan, vicar of the parish for help. Together they approach Willow Hunter, a pagan whose past impacts all their futures.
Time is against them as they battle the unseen forces of Somerset’s aristocracy and the mysteries of an ancient moorland, never quite tamed. Its whispering dead seeking justice.
|Hatchepsut, the Pharaoh's daughter, finds and adopts an abandoned infant when she is still a child herself, and does not understand the enormity of her action. By rescuing this boy, Hatchepsut finds love in an otherwise loveless existence. He becomes the core of her life and watching him grow into a man of extraordinary ability makes her audacious.|
|Lorne Turner needs a break, so when he's offered the job of security guard and handyman at an old rectory in the Lyn Valley he takes it.
He thought he'd gain a little space and perspective. A little quiet from the noise in his head, from his demons, from his beast. Sadly, The Rectory doesn't provide the haven he needs.
As the rain falls, waters rise, and old graves move.
The grave of a witch, who cursed the village. The grave of a soldier, who tried to escape the Hanging Judge after the Monmouth Rebellion. The grave of a priest, broken by love and grief.
When the whispering of Exmoor’s dead turns into a scream, Lorne has to act.
The original families of Scob must face their debt.
Lorne, Ella, Willow, and Heather need to find a way to balance the scales before more lives are lost.
Can they survive the haunting misery of the old bones? Can they save each other from the beckoning darkness?
And the rain. Always the rain.
|This history of the NIPG, the Northern Ireland Patrol Group, is entertaining but it’s the level of detail and the wonderful characters that have us hooked into their world. I felt like a time traveller, able to see a small country during a difficult period and understand it in a new way|
|A shady, almost ghostly character, challenges the world to a precise ultimatum…
An eccentric archaeologist enlists civilians for a never-before attempted paranormal adventure…
A mastermind engineer with a unique entertainment concept…
Deceit was never this much fun. Treachery is everywhere. Dishonesty has a virulent purpose. Mercy is only in a world of ideas.
|Lorne is beginning to understand that the dead might not stay in the graveyards where they are left. He also knows it’s time to start facing this disconcerting reality in the same way he faced his enemies in battle.
So, when Eddie Rice buys a rundown cottage on Exmoor, and an old graveyard, which should be empty, things become increasingly weird. It isn’t empty for a start. Not of bodies, or the whispering dead.
After an elderly woman is murdered nearby, Lorne, Ella and the others begin to uncover a plot that links this quiet corner of the world with Cold War espionage. Soviet secrets unravel and the more Lorne discovers the closer to breaking point he gets.
The Winter Sun burns in his blood, eating his mind. Can his desert hitchhiker save him? Or will his sanity fold under the weight of Cold War madness?
|An exciting new novella from the author of the acclaimed Knights of Camelot Series.
When the dead boyfriend looks back at you from a bathroom mirror it’s time to take stock of your life.
Charlie Carter was a successful rock guitarist. He was also a drunk. After the tragic death of Sebastian, his boyfriend, Charlie’s still trying to piece his life together, but when he’s almost fatally stabbed his carefully controlled existence is turned upside down forever.
|Created by the gods to divide fallen men from the faithful animals and forsaken by them long ago, traversing the Great Forest will not be easy, for it hides many malevolent creatures such as the Satyrs to name but one; a half man, half cloven hooved beast that knows only spite and treachery!|
|Trained as a lethal killer, his luck ran out in the blast of an IED while on patrol in Helmand Province. With his shattered body healed but his Army career at an end, he returned to his home to start life afresh in the rural countryside of south west England.|
|Looking After Number One is a surprising book in many ways and a slippery one upon which to pin a genre label. Part mystery, part romance and not a little psychological thriller, it’s probably best to just enjoy this tale and not worry too much about in which box it belongs.|
|A Remarkable Murder Story Based on True Events
In the town of Muscatine, Iowa at the turn of the 20th century a respected jeweler called Fitch Swan has a disagreement with a former employee, George Volger.
Circumstances in the small town gradually cause Fitch to lose his sense of self, family and most importantly in this case, perspective.
Fitch takes matters into his own hands…
|The hit television sitcom On The Buses was a massive hit across the world and ran for seven seasons from 1969 to 1973. The success was in no small part due to the immense talents involved both on the screen and off. With its exceptional writers and a cast of household name actors, the series sprang from the screen to captivate audiences from that start and retains its magic to this day.|
|The references in this book are from the pages of my mother’s journal. The incidents described in my manuscript details our struggle fleeing the Nazis, the Russians, and the flight to the West. In the spring of 1944, Hitler’s storm troops and allied forces attacked all of Germany and forced his radical policies on the citizens. Heidelberg was not exempt.|
|Based on a true story, Secret Demon relates the astonishing, and often harrowing, childhood of a girl whose life is beset by abuse and demonic activity.|
|Nearly a decade ago, the land of Edenia was almost destroyed by an invading barbarian horde. Before they were defeated, a small group called HOPE discovered a mysteriously advanced robotic city hidden beyond the Northern Mountains. They used its technology to drive away the barbarians but did so at a terrible cost.|
|In the Canadian wilderness, fifty-eight-year-old Etsen Nakolak is found dead in his battered truck. Just another car crash victim, until that is he is found to have microchips implanted in his arm and body.|
|Clarkson Samuel is a ruthless and cruel psychopath he is tormented. His hatred of silvery-blonde haired women grew from his abhorrence to his mother. Clarkson Samuel was raped, knifed, and brutalized by his mother when he was young. It defined him and Clarkson’s punishment of silvery-blonde haired women was born.|
|In the year of 2018, the world faced a new dawn. The birth of a true virtual reality world through the first full experience virtual reality platform called the Nexus System.|