The Wild Hunt of Hagworthy
Chivers, 1987 - 246 pages
Lucy, visiting her aunt in Hagworthy, is troubled by the atmosphere in the village. Rumour has it that the Wild Hunt has been heard again, and tension mounts as the sinister Horn Dance is revived.
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