Something is wrong with the town of Bailey. Something dark,
something dangerous. Something evil.
Josh’s brother has just drowned. He meets Kate and Gabe, who also have
lost family to the river. When they seek the help of a local
historian, Naylor, he tells them that there is a sinister longstanding
pattern to such tragedies.
But some unknown force is trying to help Josh rid the town of its
curse. Why is he dreaming of a ship’s captain, a hooded monk, a dark
familiar with a knife? What is being
demanded of him?
Soon greater horrors than ever before are set loose. Josh and the
others are fighting against time, as evil has turned
its baleful eye upon them.
Praise for Dark Wood Dark Water
‘Chilling, atmospheric and with an effortlessly vivid sense of place,
this novel sustains the intrigue from the first page to the last.
A genuinely impressive debut from a storytelling talent to watch. And
F.G. Cottam, author of The Colony
‘A sublime fantasy horror grounded in dark and sinister local folklore’
Ruth Frances Long, author of the Dubh Linn series
‘A moody, atmospheric and entertaining tale’ Joseph Delaney,
author of The Wardstone Chronicles
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