Black Shuck

Black Shuck : The Devil's Dog

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Black Shuck - The Devil's Dog - a terrifying new supernatural thriller by Piers Warren set in the village of Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast. For centuries Black Shuck has patrolled the coastal paths of Norfolk - a spectral portent of death. But recent events have allowed the massive phantom dog to evolve, to metamorphose, into something altogether more horrifying. Gaining strength and powers by the day, Shuck has developed a gruesome appetite - a hunger the hell hound sets out to satiate ... Wildlife film-maker Harry Lambert needs a serious rest. His colleague and best friend is dead, his wife has left him and his career has derailed. A spot of bird-watching on the Norfolk coast should help... but when Harry stumbles into Black Shuck's territory, the fearsome beast finds what it was looking for ...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 15mm | 296g
  • Dereham, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1905843011
  • 9781905843015
  • 1,255,377

Rating details

61 ratings
4.08 out of 5 stars
5 44% (27)
4 28% (17)
3 23% (14)
2 2% (1)
1 3% (2)

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This story moves along with all the pace and action of a classic Dick Francis thriller. The author clearly knows the area well, and really brings alive the north Norfolk coast. Once I picked up this book, I simply could not put it down; the story entrances the reader and draws one on from page to page, as the tale unfolds. The modern-day twists to a local ghost legend bring the story bang up-to-date. Having read this, no black dog will ever seem the same again.... Quite simply, the best book I have read in a long more
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