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Season of Mist : A novella
by Paul Finch




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'A born storyteller.' PETER JAMES

A must for all fans of It, Stranger Things and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Our last autumn of innocence. Star-spangled nights. Mist-wreathed woodland. A twisted shape watching coldly from the shadows.

Industrial Lancashire 1974

The kids in the coal-mining town of Ashburn love the waning of the year. Fancy dress and scary stories for Halloween. Fireworks and treacle toffee on Guy Fawkes Night. And a month after that, snow and the approach of Christmas.

But this particular autumn will be memorable for entirely different reasons.

Because this year someone is killing the children of Ashburn.

Or should that be something?

While police and parents search for a maniac, Stephen Carter and his schoolmates know better. They may be on the cusp of adulthood, but there's still enough of the youngster left in each of them to recognise the work of an evil supernatural being unique to these deserts of slagheap and coal-tip.

A coming-of-age story from the dark imagination of Sunday Times best-selling crime and horror writer, Paul Finch.

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Overview

'A born storyteller.' PETER JAMES

A must for all fans of It, Stranger Things and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Our last autumn of innocence. Star-spangled nights. Mist-wreathed woodland. A twisted shape watching coldly from the shadows.

Industrial Lancashire 1974

The kids in the coal-mining town of Ashburn love the waning of the year. Fancy dress and scary stories for Halloween. Fireworks and treacle toffee on Guy Fawkes Night. And a month after that, snow and the approach of Christmas.

But this particular autumn will be memorable for entirely different reasons.

Because this year someone is killing the children of Ashburn.

Or should that be something?

While police and parents search for a maniac, Stephen Carter and his schoolmates know better. They may be on the cusp of adulthood, but there's still enough of the youngster left in each of them to recognise the work of an evil supernatural being unique to these deserts of slagheap and coal-tip.

A coming-of-age story from the dark imagination of Sunday Times best-selling crime and horror writer, Paul Finch.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781916205703
  • ISBN-10: 1916205704
  • Publisher: P & C Finch Ltd
  • Publish Date: October 2019
  • Page Count: 184
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5 x 0.39 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.41 pounds


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