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Blood Eagle
by Dewi Griffiths and John Washbourne View author's profile page

Overview


Blood Eagle is a horror novel drawing on ancient Norse Myth and Russian legend, set on a remote Irish island in the late 1960s. Light house men save a young woman washed ashore in a storm. But the young woman is not what she seems. Soon they and the islanders are faced with the young woman's supernatural pursuers. They are trapped inside the lighthouse with an ancient evil, while outside wait the most feared warriors in history – a thousand years older: a thousand years more deadly

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Description


Blood Eagle is a horror novel set in the second half of the twentieth century on a remote Irish island at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It draws together mythical beings from Scandinavia and Russia. These opposing dark forces have been locked together in an eternal quest for vengeance, culminating in a blood soaked struggle for immortality. Pulled into this battle are the islanders and lighthouse keepers on this remote island who are used as pawns and victims by these millennia old creatures who haunt the peripheries of the northern seas. Blood Eagle is the first novel in the series exploring the tales of these Ghost Warriors who haunt the seas.

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About the author


Dewi Griffiths has spent his life working on feature films and TV shows all over the world. He has worked on five continents in roles up to Producer. He runs Garland Stone Productions Ltd which create Cutting Edge Horror Films with an Ancient Heritage. He has created, with co-writer John Washbourne, a number of feature film scripts and novels in the horror genre, which tap into the native mythologies of various parts of the world. His aim is to make relevant contemporary dramas based on ancient myth. www.garlandstone.com/ www.dewigriffiths.com/

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy / Historical

Language:English

Series title:The Ghost Warriors Saga

Series Number:1

Pages:200

eBook ISBN:9781999926304


Overview


Blood Eagle is a horror novel drawing on ancient Norse Myth and Russian legend, set on a remote Irish island in the late 1960s. Light house men save a young woman washed ashore in a storm. But the young woman is not what she seems. Soon they and the islanders are faced with the young woman's supernatural pursuers. They are trapped inside the lighthouse with an ancient evil, while outside wait the most feared warriors in history – a thousand years older: a thousand years more deadly

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Description


Blood Eagle is a horror novel set in the second half of the twentieth century on a remote Irish island at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It draws together mythical beings from Scandinavia and Russia. These opposing dark forces have been locked together in an eternal quest for vengeance, culminating in a blood soaked struggle for immortality. Pulled into this battle are the islanders and lighthouse keepers on this remote island who are used as pawns and victims by these millennia old creatures who haunt the peripheries of the northern seas. Blood Eagle is the first novel in the series exploring the tales of these Ghost Warriors who haunt the seas.

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About the author


Dewi Griffiths has spent his life working on feature films and TV shows all over the world. He has worked on five continents in roles up to Producer. He runs Garland Stone Productions Ltd which create Cutting Edge Horror Films with an Ancient Heritage. He has created, with co-writer John Washbourne, a number of feature film scripts and novels in the horror genre, which tap into the native mythologies of various parts of the world. His aim is to make relevant contemporary dramas based on ancient myth. www.garlandstone.com/ www.dewigriffiths.com/

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