About the Book:Perchester, Oxfordshire is a town with secrets kept hidden for the sake of all who live there, a safe place where you can be sure your children will grow up with certain attitudes, mindful of the inheritance granted them. It has always been that way.
Secrets, though, have a way of coming out of the mist, of disturbing the balance of nature. When some of the town’s teenage population see a figure in that closing mist – when what they see drives them out of their minds – the nearby facility at Wendlefields becomes a staging post in a war between good and evil; between nature and nurture.
For jaded local journalist Simon Kinsey, it is a war that will see him pushed to his limit as he discovers his hometown is not all it seems and that the past very much plays a part in the present, from which the legend of Ghost Apples is born.
About the Author:
Having been found on a 'Co-op' shelf in Stirchley, Birmingham by a Cornish woman and a man of dubious footballing taste, Ian grew up in neighbouring Selly Park and Bicester in Oxfordshire. After travelling far and wide, he now considers Liverpool to be his home. Ian was educated at Moor Green School, Bicester Senior School, and the University of Liverpool, where he gained a 2:1 (BA Hons) in English Literature. He now reviews and publishes daily on the music, theatre and culture within... Read More
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