Strange Tales from a Dorset Farmhouse
Foxrock Books, 2006 - 92 pages
Visitors to the countryside are often astonished by the difference in lifestyle. Visitors to the magical county of Dorset in England, birthplace of Thomas Hardy, experience even greater surprise. Pysychic phenomena abound. Never mind the so-called buttterfly effect, the very shake of a cat's tail can bring on a sudden snow storm. These famhouse tales describe how Farmer Jack imagines he can re-engineer the world and sometimes comes perilously close to doing so.
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