Death Cry

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The Banshee, a feared creature of myth and legend, a harbinger of Death, whose cry has echoed through time haunting countless generations with her dreadful wail, as she searches for an end to her suffering.
Born with the power of Angels and pursued by the very Devil himself, eighteen-year-old Annie, is forced to watch the destruction of all she loves before being tortured and burned at the stake More

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Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Words: 79,280
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458118806
About Gemma Mawdsley

Gemma Mawdsley is Ireland’s most exciting new literary talent. She lives in Limerick and has been writing since she was 10 years old, where she had her first writing published in the, Limerick Leader.

She finally decided to pursue her talent in 1999 and took up a creative writing course in the University of Limerick. She then went onto a writing course in the,
Killaloe Hedge School in County Clare, where she began writing,The Paupers’ Graveyard.
In 2006 she was short-listed by Waterstones for a new writer’s award.
This is my fourth published novel. I am working
on my 8th manuscript.



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The Banshee, a feared creature of myth and legend, a harbinger of Death, whose cry has echoed through time haunting countless generations with her dreadful wail, as she searches for an end to her suffering.

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Review by: Sarah Chearnley on July 08, 2011 :
Gemma is an extremely gifted author who really knows how to bring her books to life. She makes you believe every word your reading. She really knows how to take your beathe away. I just finished Death Cry and i loved it she had me on the edge of my chair for the whole book. Her books are a pleasure to read and i can’t wait for the next one. Sarah Chearnley
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: John Kelly on June 21, 2011 :
I have been a huge fan of this author since I read her first novel, The Paupers’ Graveyard. I recently downloaded her new novel, Death Cry from Smashword and I can’t believe how good it is. One expects some authors to be a one hit wonder, but Ms Mawdsley is growing stronger with each of her works. I recommend you read Death Cry as it will hold you spellbound from start to finish. I particularly loved the sting in the tail ending. Can’t wait to hear what you think of it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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