The Ghosts of Sleath (Paperback)
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The Ghosts of Sleath (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 12/06/1995
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Investigator David Ash is sent to the picturesque village of Sleath in the Chiltern Hills to look into mysterious reports of mass hauntings. What he discovers is a terrified community gripped by horrors and terrorized by ghosts from the ancient village's long history.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780006475972
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 230 g
Dimensions: 178 x 111 x 27 mm

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“David Ash At It Again.”

David Ash is such a lovable character, and once again he is thrown into the supernatural despite the fact that the parapsychologist would much rather that part of the world does not exist.

Personally I enjoyed this... More

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“Gruesomely good!”

If for nothing else, this book will always stick in my mind for it's memorable and disturbing scene using carpentry tools! The book centres around the character of psychic detective David Ash who was introduced... More

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“The Ghosts of Sleath”

This was a very curious read, on one level I found it kind of old fashioned and very 1950's (even though it was meant to be set in the 1990's) but on the other I found this actually added a bit to the whole... More

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