The Killing Moon [hardcover] by Allister Timms [DINK]

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A NOVEL by Allister Timms
CATEGORY Horror
PUBLICATION DATE November 2019
COVER ART  Daniele Serra
PAGES 275

EDITIONS 
Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover — ISBN  978-1-786364-04-3  [£25]
100 JHC signed by the author  — ISBN 978-1-786364-05-0  [£35]

SYNOPSIS

Young Max Schumann’s mother, Isolde, has been stolen away by the malevolent Erlking, a trickster spirit of death out of German legend. Alone and scared in a chicken coop with only three hens and nightmarish sketches to keep him company, Max realizes he must embark on an odyssey into the dark, violent heart of war-torn Europe if he is to save his mother. But first he must find his father, Oscar Schumann, a captain of the elite Wehrwolf, a band of guerrilla fighters and shape-shifters out of folklore.

Through the blood-streaked and ravaged twilight of the Third Reich, father and son begin a hunt through a world transfigured by terror and strangeness, an atavistic world where magical history collides with actual history and where sacrifices must be made for those we love.
The Killing Moon is a novel of fantasy and myth-making that forges a link between ultimate destructiveness, desperate tenacity, and moments of tenderness that keep people alive in the face of total devastation and loss. 

AUTHOR BIO

Allister Timms was born in Carmarthen, Wales, a town known for its connection with the Arthurian wizard Merlin. He has also lived in Ireland and now makes his home in Maine. He earned his MFA in creative writing from Stonecoast at the University of Southern Maine. He is currently Professor of English at Husson University in Bangor, Maine, where he teaches literature, rhetoric, and composition.

Brand PS Publishing
Condition New
Weight 0.5kg