For Bethan, a schoolteacher, the old superstitions woven into the social fabric of her West Wales village are primitive and distasteful, which is why she's pleased to welcome the sophisticated newcomers: London journalist Giles Freeman and his wife Claire. Surely they'll let in some fresh air?
But the Freemans are keen to absorb this different culture, a whole new way of life, rejecting the advice of an old colleague who warns them of a hard and bitter land where they've always danced on the edge of the abyss. They soon learn that this community hides an ancient, bloody, and pagan secret - one that will haunt them forever.
A PHIL RICKMAN STANDALONE NOVEL
Grimly sinister. Written with blood-curdling aplomb. --Sunday TelegraphGripping throughout. Powerful, classic stuff. --The TimesCrisp prose, excellent dialogue and a real sense of mounting evil. --Time Out
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