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The Crowsmoor Curse (A Mike Travis Paranormal Investigation Book 1) (English Edition) par [McDonald, Jan]
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A Mike Travis Paranormal investigation in haunted Cornwall


The dead of Crowsmoor are light sleepers.

Some say they sleep with one eye open, keeping watch over the restless ones.

When Beth Trevithick is sent as parish priest to the isolated and scattered community of Crowsmoor, in the middle of bleak Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, she finds a community entrenched in fear and superstition and belief in an ancient curse born of dark magic.

She gets unexpected help in the form of Mike Travis, ex RAF helicopter pilot medically discharged after crashing in war torn Afghanistan, he has turned to his other love, the paranormal, devoting all of his time to paranormal investigation.

Beth soon discovers the fear and superstition in Crowsmoor are well founded
and together with Mike fights for her own sanity and her life.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 294 pages
  • Editeur : Raven Crest Books (5 janvier 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0076DHC8M
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What makes a novel irresistible?

Mist, the moors, a curse, a graveyard, a man named Cain and a place named Crowsmoor in darkest Cornwall.

The Crowsmoor Curse has all of this - and so much more.

I will tell you something: I've just finished reading Jan McDonald's novel in e-book form, and I've now ordered the paperback because I want to share it with house guests. And I just want to have it on a bookshelf here at home with all my other books.

Jan McDonald does not only tell a gripping story, she tells it well.

For example, the opening line is 'Crowsmoor's dead were light sleepers'.

Would you not want to read on?

Believe me, she took me right there into the graveyard in the fog ...

Spoil yourself and buy Author McDonald's novel!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Village conspiracy 20 janvier 2013
Par Linda Pagliuco - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Beth is a naive woman vicar posted to a remote parish in Cornwall, an insular community still tied very much to ancient "pagan" beliefs. The plot of her story revolves around the 300 year old legend of an evil squire, who, to this day, must be kept in his grave by a specific daily ritual. When one of the key players in the ritual dies without an heir, the village fears that the squire will emerge from his carefully tended grave.

The Crowsmoor Curse has the makings of a good, conspiratorial ghost story, but there are a couple of problems that interfere. First, the details of the plot are transparent, readily discernible by the reader, but not, alas, to the vicar. While events in most of the tale are reasonably credible, the ending goes way over the top. Second, it contains so many run on sentences, devoid of basic punctuation, that in places the narrative is comically nonsensical. Was it even edited? Example: "As time passed by and still no-one attended the church he had continued to hold his services to empty pews becoming more and more reclusive and being seen walking around the moor muttering to himself under his familiar black bowler hat." Make the sentences shorter and punctuate properly, and the prose would be competent.

As it stands, The Crowsmoor Curse reads like a first or second draft manuscript. With additional work, it could be so much better.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 English Country Mystery with a Paranormal Twist 5 juillet 2015
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a fine example of an English mystery...with a paranormal twist. It takes place in present day but the lonely, spooky atmosphere of the moors reminds me of the Hound of the Baskervilles movie starring Basil Rathbone. The small backward village is steeped in superstition and and the feeling of evil.

A young priest, Beth, and a paranormal investigator named Mike join forces in a journey heavy with danger to get to the heart of village curse. This book is a page turner and keeps revealing secrets and plot twist to the very last chapter. The village characters are English eccentrics. Beth questions her beliefs and sanity and Mike is her lifeline through the evil around her.

This is a delicious piece of an English country mystery. I loved it. I now am going to read the next book in the series.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow! 1 mai 2013
Par Millicent - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great read if you like suspense, and I do. A tiny village full of eccentric characters who are not as simple as they seem to the lady vicar who has been assigned to their church. Beth has been sent there as a punishment for something that was not her fault. She makes friends, she falls in love, and then the true terror shows itself. Black magic shows it's ugly face and Beth needs help to fight it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A classically styled story with amazing characters. 12 mars 2015
Par Seth A. Tucker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a great paranormal themed thriller. Much of it deals with Beth the Vicar in Crowsmoor and Mike Travis does not really play a part until later in the book. An atmospheric tale in the tradition of classic English thrillers and paying ode to Dennis Wheatley, this book relies more on atmosphere and unsettling scenarios than actual boogeymen. It kept me reading and turning the pages wanting to further unravel the curse of Crowsmoor. If you love classically styled occult thrillers and ghost stories where more is done in shadows than the bright light of day or if you are a fan of Wheatley's work, then you will not be disappointed. Jan McDonald has done her research and done it well when it comes to her knowledge of paranormal investigation and it shows by making this book a rewarding experience.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Entertaining 19 mai 2014
Par Crystal Goddess - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I purchased this for my Kindle knowing nothing about the author, simply because I thought it sounded interesting. I was not disappointed. A slightly dark ,supernatural page turner full of superstition, ghosts, magic and a bit of body heat, as well. I'm sure I'll be buying the rest of the series.
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