Our occult thriller, set in Northern Ireland, to be published next week

I’m delighted to announce that Bridge of Blood by Philip McCormac will be published next Tuesday, initially for paperback and Kindle eBook editions.

Old enmities run deep in the Northern Ireland setting of this page-turner that is part detective thriller and part occult horror. Old scores remain to be settled, and the oldest of all concerns the demon Laldaboth; after 350 years of imprisonment under the Bridge of Blood, he is eager for revenge!

Not a book for the easily offended…

Bridge of BloodPhilip has a long history of writing Western thrillers and he has combined his formidable writing skills with his love of scary stories in this modern-day page turner.

Sadly, we have seen on the news these past couple of weeks how enmities do indeed still run deep in the violence over the Union Flag Dispute. Although Bridge of Blood does not shy away from the tensions between the Protestant and Catholic communities, the real division in the book is between humanity and the evil that is demonkind.

Win a copy!

Over at Goodreads there’s a copy of the paperback up for grabs — winner to be announced December 18th. The giveaway is live here and runs until Dec 18th.

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About Tim C. Taylor

Science fiction publisher and author of the bestselling Human Legion series. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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2 Responses to Our occult thriller, set in Northern Ireland, to be published next week

  1. Pingback: Hey y’all! Greyhart press has a new occult thriller “Bridge of Blood” (set in northern Ireland) coming out Tuesday…check it out! « Thomas Rydder

  2. Pingback: Win a copy today of our supernatural thriller, Bridge of Blood, published tomorrow. | Greyhart Press

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