The Haunting of Gospall

£12.99

The Haunting of Gospall

£12.99

Written by Solomon Strange

ISBN: 978-1-84583-973-4
Published July 2018

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Sean Webster is a haunted man.

Following the death of his mum, Sean finds himself slowly becoming embroiled in a mystery that started in the 19th Century.

Haunted by a past that can affect the future, Sean must find a way to solve the mystery of the missing frigate, Gospall, if he has any hope of breaking the curse that has affected his family for generations.

The tale of Gospall unravels in both the past and the present in this unforgettable ghost story.

‘Will continue to haunt you long after the last page. An assured, confident debut.’ Tim Lebbon, author of Relics

‘A fascinating slice of mystery-horror, with a strong nautical flavour and some very eerie voodoo elements. An unexpected delight.’ Paul Finch, author of the best-selling DS Heckenburg series.

‘A fast-paced descent into hell. Solomon Strange unleashes one scare after another, turning the screws without mercy right up until the devastating climax. Supernatural thrillers don’t come more relentless than this.’ Paul Lewis, author of Small Ghosts.

‘Crackling with invention and chills, The Haunting of Gospall has all the energy of a great first novel from a fresh new voice.’
Steven Savile, author of Glass Town and Parallel Lines.

‘Beautifully written, emotive and dark. A world we all recognise and pray we may never live in.’ Sam Stone, author of the award winning Vampire Gene Series.

258pp. B Format paperback novel.
ISBN: 978-1-84583-973-4
Published July 2018

 

Additional information

Weight .394 kg
Dimensions 20.3 x 13.3 x 1.5 cm

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