Overview

Creatures trapped for centuries, free at last…to kill!

The forest has always been there, and the high hedge around it has stood since Roman times. No one remembers anymore why the hedge was built, and bit by bit, as houses and modern life advance, the ancient barrier is being torn down. Slowly, creatures that have been trapped within for centuries are creeping through the gaps in the wall, hungry for revenge for their long imprisonment. As murder and horror spread through the ...

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Hedge End

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Overview

Creatures trapped for centuries, free at last…to kill!

The forest has always been there, and the high hedge around it has stood since Roman times. No one remembers anymore why the hedge was built, and bit by bit, as houses and modern life advance, the ancient barrier is being torn down. Slowly, creatures that have been trapped within for centuries are creeping through the gaps in the wall, hungry for revenge for their long imprisonment. As murder and horror spread through the nearby town of Hedge End, a stranger arrives, eager to give the residents a May Day celebration they will never forget.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609287382
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 3/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 436
  • Sales rank: 227,885
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Peter Mark May was born in Walton on Thames Surrey England way back in 1968 and still lives nearby in a place you’ve never heard of called Hersham. He has had three novels Demon (2008), Kumiho (2010) and Inheritance (2010) published under the name P.M.May: as well as short stories published in genre Canadian & US magazines and in a UK anthology of horror and an upcoming (2011) US anthology of horror called Watch. He has a short story in the British Fantasy Society 40th Anniversary Anthology Full Fathom Forty in 2011. Plus a novella called Dark Waters published by Damnation Books in 2011. Peter is also the editor and founder of Hersham Horror Books small press, with Alt-Dead & Alt-Zombie anthologies coming out in 2011 and 2012 respectively. He is also co-founded the Novelblog.com with his American friend Dan Boucher and Canadian Chief Reviewer Rachelle Gagne. Official Website: http://darkside6869.webs.com.

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