Black Shuck: The Devil's Dog

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Wildeye, Oct 24, 2011 - Fiction - 298 pages
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For centuries Black Shuck has patrolled the coastal paths of Norfolk, a spectral portent of death. But recent events have allowed the massive phantom dog to evolve, to metamorphose, into something altogether more horrifying. After wildlife filmmaker Harry Lambert stumbles into Black Shuck's territory, the fearsome beast finds what it was looking for.

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Piers Warren grows all manner of fruit and vegetables in his garden and greenhouse. As well as being an author of several books and many magazine articles, he also teaches wildlife film-making. He is very experienced in running a smallholding and is keen to promote organic principles, sustainability and green thinking.

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