When Old Gods Live

When Old Gods Live

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Some tales tell that the Norse conquered Argyll with barely a whimper. Others tell of Hard fought battles, hardship and loss. The Sagas say that many were abandoned, left for dead and had to survive in the cold harsh landscape of Western Argyll for months till rescued. A new life together and a fresh start welcome Mae and Rob to their new home in Argyll. In the Heartland of historical Scotland they settle in to enjoy the happy home that they have always wanted. But there is something unusual about their new home and whilst Rob seeks answers to the puzzles surrounding them Mae looks to secure her sanity and make this the dream home that she has always wished for. Robs tantrums, educated Rats, deluded Nurses, stuffed birds and ancient gods that want to live again stand in her way but Mae will have her Idyllic home no matter who or what she has to kill to get itshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 21.08mm | 566.99g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508451346
  • 9781508451341

About Raymond Walker

Raymond Walker is the award winning author of Nine Novels, Innumerable short stories and two books of poetry. He was born in 1962 and raised in Argyll before moving to Edinburgh to attend university. His love of the countryside, forests, mountains and the relics of his native Scotland are reflected deeply in his writing. His tales echo the dark past and history, the unknown places and wonders of Scotland at the point where reality dips into fantasy until nothing is quite as it seems. Never bound by genre his books range from romances and ghost stories to historical fiction and fantasy. He is the winner of several writing competitions and his books have received critical acclaim worldwide. He currently resides in Prestwick, Scotland and is working on two new novels; "The Sea shall give up it's dead" and "Sommerled" the first of which will be available soon. Additionally he is also working on a second volume of the critically acclaimed "A River of Tears"show more

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