A vanishing corpse; a mistrustful policeman; a celebrated archaeologist and TV personality involved in the macabre rites of a primitive religious sect - these are just some of the dark ingredients of a novel whose every page is vibrant with menace.P. M. Hubbard has a disturbing talent for evoking terror in the most unlikely settings: in this case, a sleepy English village is shown to conceal a pit of horror, a terrifying nightmare world that destroys all who would uncover its secrets.
Would you try another book from P. M. Hubbard and/or Kasey Ainsworth?
No not at all. The story is hard to follow. It is not my cup of tea. Very disappointing.
What was most disappointing about P. M. Hubbard’s story?
The story line. I had to go back and relistened to what the story line was....
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Kasey Ainsworth?
Yes, no acsent.