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Elspeth, burnt at the stake in seventeenth-century Somerset, tumbles to the twenty-first. Her family seek to bring her safely home. But the witch-finder, spying on their unholy hovel, witnesses her... More > survival, and he will not suffer a witch to live. One will die. Their soul cast down. It is his solemn vow. A looking glass is a spy-hole between the centuries. Pye, the familiar feline, slips through the mirror’s portal . . . The Traveller’s Rest Inn acts a stopping off point . . . betwixt time. An enchantingly dark fairy tale.< Less
Jack the Ripper : The Long Arm of the Law
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This is a work of fiction but this work isn’t based on fact; it is fact. Jack the Ripper, The Long Arm of the Law, contains no false trails. Every detail quoted is documented and verifiable.... More > From his base, south of the river at Lambeth, the murder scene locations radiate outwards from his home as if spokes on a wheel. With the advantage of using a fictional format Fusty Luggs takes the reader into the killer’s mind. There is little reason to suppose the Ripper’s victim were limited to the canonical five. Brutal killings and attacks didn’t tidily begin and end in the three month period of 1888. Arguments raged between experts to the exact number the killer both slew and assaulted. Meticulously researched the author uses contemporary accounts to illustrate the horror surrounding the Whitechapel killer. Fusty Luggs highlights the lives of the murdered women, so often portrayed as mere bit part players in the drama that is Jack the ripper, with sensitivity and humour.< Less
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Edwardian Portsea slumps against the dockyard walls. It’s isolated from the mainland by a strip of sea to the north, and the hot walls to the south. The Pompey accent isn’t the soft... More > Hampshire burr, but a harsh peculiar hybrid dialect. The hardness of the dialect reflects the toughness of its people. Charlie price is a criminal. His daughter, Fanny Price, is pregnant after a one-night stand with Walter Rackett. She tells Walter he has to marry her. Walter didn’t ask Charlie for his daughter’s hand in marriage. Taking, without asking is theft—in anyone’s book. Emily doesn’t know who the father of the child she carries is; she knows it isn’t her husband’s ... Charlie gives Emily the benefit of his doubt—for now. Walter could be the father of Emily’s child...< Less
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