Carol is a housekeeper who knows thirty things to do with dish soap. However now she is trapped at a dinner party where two vampires, four werewolves and a completely unaware guest are sitting out one of the worst storms in years. This is not covered in any housekeeping manual. A short story by the author of The Forgotten Village
Karen Price had been looking forward to her wedding for nearly a year. It had been cancelled twice, once due to a plague of magical insects and once because of an outbreak of zombies. Of course a wedding never goes entirely to plan and as ex Marine Mike Doyle battles dark forces Karen finds herself in unexpected danger along with an unaware tv crew and a group of archaeologists digging up the past
Everyone knows that there are no cats in the Bible. After all, cat stories expand to fit the space available and anyone who has listened to a cat owner will know that stories about cats can be endless. There was no need to risk letting them in. However, if you pay attention to the Bible it covers principles for all sorts of situations - including cats.
Karen Price suddenly finds herself whisked from a safe, easy office job and a comfortable, if boring, boyfriend into a village where modern day vampires and werewolves roam freely, the vicar is impossibly handsome and she never knows who or what will turn up at the Post Office. And the night she arrives a murder is committed.