The underbury witches

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New Island, 2006 - Fiction - 68 pages
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"It is 1915, and war is raging in Europe. In the small English village of Underbury, a man lies dead, torn apart by an unseen killer. Two detectives from Scotland Yard are sent to look into the death. But they soon find that this is no ordinary murder." "In a place that has lost most of its men to the war, an old evil has returned. In Underbury, the witches have arisen."--BOOK JACKET.

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User Review  - Noeleen - Goodreads

Good story for s short story, lengthened it would make a great television series. I am a fan of John Connolly and wanted to read this short story as I love anything surrounding the paranormal and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Caroline - Goodreads

Re-read this on kindle today, in John Connolly's collection of short stories, "Nocturnes". This is one of my favorite stories in the collection. Connolly weaves a dark tale of witchcraft that remains with you long after you have moved on to the remaining stories. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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John Connolly is the author of "Every Dead Thing, Dark Hollow, The Killing Kind, The White Road, Bad Men, Nocturnes, "and "The Black Angel. "He is a regular contributor to" The Irish Times" and lives in Dublin, Ireland. For more information, see his website at www.johnconnolly.co.uk.

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