1149 was a violent year in the Forest of Dean.
Today, nearly 900 years later, the forest village of Monkspike sits brooding. There is a sickness here passed down through ancient lines, one noted and deeply felt by Sylvia Massey, the new psychologist. What is wrong with nurse, Belinda Sully’s, son? Why did her husband take his own life? Why are the old people in Temple Lake Nursing Home so terrified? And what are the lawless inhabitants of nearby Wolfs Cross hiding?
It is a dark village indeed, but one which has kept its secrets well. That is until local girl, Kezia Elwyn, returns home as a practising Satanist, and resurrects a hellish wrath no longer containable. Burdo, the white monk, will infest your dreams….This is pure occult horror and definitely not for the faint of heart…
Review Summary :
‘One scene stands out for me – a vision of pure horror on a cinematic scale. You really won’t forget this one!’
‘This is by far the best so far from this brilliant author who never fails to fulfill. It kept me riveted throughout. Occult at its best, a huge 5* from me.’
‘Insanely gripping. You are drawn into this dark novel from the first few words. Afterwards you are lost, impotent to break free until the end.’
‘For me, Sarah is on a par with the likes of Dennis Wheatley, this is true occult horror and it’s not for the faint-hearted. However, if you are brave enough to delve in, you’ll get a reading experience like no other.’