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For centuries Black Shuck has patrolled the coastal paths of Norfolk – a spectral portent of death. But now the phantom dog is evolving into something altogether more horrifying. Gaining strength and powers by the day, Shuck has developed a gruesome appetite – a hunger he sets out to satiate ...
Wildlife film-maker Harry Lambert needs a serious rest. His best friend is dead, his wife has left him and his career is on the rocks. A spot of bird-watching on the Norfolk coast should help ... but when Harry stumbles into Black Shuck's territory, the hellhound finds the victim it was hunting for ...
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Quite simply, the best book I have read in a long time The definition of a page-turner The legend of Black Shuck is part of our folk heritage, told here by a master storyteller
At some points you will be too scared to turn the pages A truly unique book
I challenge any Reader to remain cool and calm by the last page - it is terrific.
Evocative descriptions of the North Norfolk coast ... powerful word pictures ... a memorable climax Lashings of satanic suspense
This novel left me transfixed I simply could not put it down
The black dog that inspired TheHound of the Baskervilles
Black Shuck: The Devil's Dog ISBN 978-1-905843-01-5
Paperback book 300 pages £7.99
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