Banquet for the Damned

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Ebury Publishing, Sep 4, 2008 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Few believed Professor Coldwell was in touch with an unseen world - that he could commune with spirits. But in Scotland's oldest university town something has passed from darkness into light. And now the young are being haunted by night terrors. And those who are visited disappear.

This is certainly not a place for outsiders, especially at night. So what chance do a rootless musician and burnt-out explorer have of surviving their entanglement with an ageless supernatural evil and the ruthless cult that worships it?

This chilling occult thriller is both an homage to the great age of British ghost stories and a pacy modern tale of diabolism and witchcraft.

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While I happen to sit on the side of the fence of readers who claim that horror is much more potent in short-story format, once in a while I run into a full-length novel that can throw a continually ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Adam L G Nevill has an MLitt in Creative Writing from the University of St Andrews. He has published short stories and is the author of another nine novels written under a pseudonym. He currently works as a commissioning editor for a London publisher, overseeing more than seventy books a year, including novels, fiction anthologies and memoirs.

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