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With a foreword by the 'Queen of Occult Horror,' Sarah E. England, the fourth Ghost Hunter story is a compelling blend of supernatural terror and hard fantasy.For Charles Chandler, early retirement seems like a dream come true. He moves his family to Devon, unaware that they are bringing with them a dangerous and sordid secret from the past. Before long, disturbing things begin to happen, and they turn to Malachi Hunter for help. Unaware of the tragedy that is unfolding, Mal and his team agree to investigate. As they begin work, occultist Pasha Sokolov learns of Camulos, Celtic God of Warfare, and launches an audacious expedition to capture him. The supernatural and the mundane worlds are about to collide, and the outcome is far from certain...
About the Author
Martin J. Best was born in Torquay, Devon, England, in 1965, where he still lives with his wife Kim. Martin grew up in an actively haunted house, which, he admits, probably accounts for his interest in the paranormal! He has had a varied work life, and spent the last fifteen years running his own mobile disco business. He now writes full-time in the supernatural, horror and fantasy genres. He is a keen walker and music enthusiast.