By Hurley, Andrew Michael
Everything is buried for a reason. Richard and Juliette Willoughby live in an old farmhouse in North Yorkshire. The place has been called Starve Acre since anyone can remember. Nothing grows there. There are tales of something interred in the field behind the house. The villagers... disagree on what is buried there, but they all know one thing: what was put in the ground should stay in the ground. Historian Richard decides that he is going to unearth the local mystery for his next book, but he digs up something that only the past can understand. When he brings it into his home, terrible mistakes will have to be relived.Read more
Andrew Michael Hurley is based in Lancashire. His first novel, The Loney, was originally published by Tartarus Press as a 300-copy limited edition, before being republished by John Murray. It went on to sell in twenty languages, win the Costa Best First Novel Award and the Book of the Year at the British Book Industry Awards. Devil's Day, his second novel, was picked as a Book of the Year in five newspapers, and won the Encore Award.
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