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In the Moors
By: Nina Milton
A Shaman Mystery #1

Release Date: September 2013
Specs: 9780738738369 | 5 x 8 x 1 IN  |  408 pages
Price: $14.99
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SUMMARY

Sinister Visions

Shamanic counselor Sabbie Dare doesn’t believe her troubled client, Cliff Houghton, is capable of evil. But Cliff has become the prime suspect in the murder of a young boy after the police catch him lurking in the moors where the body was found.

Continuing the therapy they’d begun together, Sabbie recovers disturbing childhood memories from Cliff’s subconscious, shedding light on a spate of crimes that terrorized the English countryside twenty years earlier. And when a second child goes missing, Sabbie must piece together fragments of the buried past before another innocent victim is robbed of his life.

Praise:

Starred Review"Sabbie Dare is the most compelling protagonist I've met this year...Milton's tale is riveting." —Library Journal (starred review)

"A fast-moving thriller likely to draw in readers."—Kirkus Reviews

"A truly spooky story set in the Somerset Levels, which had me on the edge of my seat." —Ali Bacon, author of A Kettle of Fish

"In the Moors has a cracking pace, evocative landscapes, and a shocking twist at the end. I've rarely read depictions of shamanic journeying that have felt so authentic." —Ronald Hutton, author of The Triumph of the Moon and Shamans

 

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