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Paperback 282 Pages / Published: 02/09/2021
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A fearsome beast lurks deep in the Forest of Tay. Under cover of darkness it emerges to feed on the local farmer's sheep-and sometimes the farmers themselves. Frazer McCloud believes it's a wolf but some whisper that it's the Cu Sith, a creature summoned by the mysterious 'Walkers in the Woods.' Callum is Fraser's young apprentice. He's understandably apprehensive when Fraser insists that he must help hunt down and kill the beast. In the local village, Callum meets Mhairi, the innkeeper's daughter, who knows more about the Walkers than she really should. As time passes, the killings become ever more audacious - and Callum realises he has every reason to be afraid...

Publisher: UCLan Publishing
ISBN: 9781912979677
Number of pages: 282
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“A good YA novel”

A hunters moon by Danny Weston, is an interesting YA novel although at nearly 50 I didn’t think it was too bad a story. It has the style of a fairytale, you have a young lad given to a mean man to cover his Fathers... More

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