Oak

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The little known village of St Aethelstan has not changed in centuries and its ancient church is still in Catholic hands. The murder of a village girl is straightforward, but the more DCI Michael Campion digs into it the less he understands. Then he experiences the yearly Night of the Wind. His old life can never be reclaimed and as real terror unfolds he refuses the future too. More

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About Angela B. Mortimer

Born in the UK, married a gorgeous Aussie and have been living happily here ever since. Attended West of England college of art. Love reading sci-fi, fantasy and my fav subjects like genetics, planet sciences, philosophy, history - especially ancient, and of course space. I dreamt of being an astronaut. I've been writing since I could and painting for as long.I love the outdoors and gazing at the stars and wondering what might be out there.

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Review by: Phill Campbell on Jan. 07, 2016 :
'Oak' is a remarkable book on many levels. It offers a refreshing change of pace from the author's vibrant space-operas and bodes well for a variety of new works from the imagination that gave us Doella and the Varan.

'Oak' draws on British pagan traditions and folklore, melding them with scientific constructs that offer a unique, if radical, solution to the current global problems of population control and the environmental damage inflicted on our planet by a largely uncaring species.

The plot is fast-paced and intriguing, with a variety of engaging characters (including a cat and a tree!); and once started, the book is nearly impossible to put down.

A highly original and recommended read!
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)

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