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In volume three of Tom Slemen's legendary Haunted Liverpool series, you will read about the spine-chilling Marriage Made in Hell, the lecherous Satanist from beyond the grave - Richard Tilly, the Vengeful Grave of Allerton Cemetery, and the cursed Green Eye of the Mersey among the 49 supernatural tales contained within this fabulous book. Unravel the mystery of the Faceless Man of Renshaw Street, and ponder upon the peculiar case of the day when the Devil walked through a snowbound Liverpool. Just some of the strange but true mysteries from one of England's great chroniclers of the unknown - Tom Slemen.

©2016 Tom Slemen (P)2017 Tom Slemen

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Early Edition of the Wonderful Seires

<strong>Early Edition of the Wonderful Series</strong> This is book 3 of the famous Haunted Liverpool series. Though still early in the series, it is no less fascinating. It is another great collection of hauntings, weird tales . Highly entertaining, with a number of unusual tales. I read this book using immersion reading, while listening to the audiobooks version. The narrator, RK Meyer is not the best choice for edition, this American narrator doesn't quite fit. A Brit would've been a much better choice and I'm glad the wonderful . The later chapters feature the wonderful Nigel Peever and are great.