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Welcome to Day Three of ‘Another Bloody Blog Hop!’ haha! Meet Benjamin Langley!

 Welcome to Day Three of Another Bloody Blog Hop! haha!

Join in with our crazy Halloween Blog Hop - yeah, it's another bloody blog hop! A Halloween Scream Fest. Share your Halloween blog posts here via this linky!

A Spooky Delight!

Last week I went back to the The Book Warren for an author signing event. OMG! I just love that place!

(See the link in my sidebar, too!)

I was really pleased to find some absolutely fabulous authors at there, one of which will fit in nicely with my Halloween Scream Fest. Yeah, ‘Another Bloody Blog Hop!’  But do feel free to join in, just leave your Halloween-ish link!

Meet Benjamin Langley!

Dead Branches by Benjamin Langley #spooky #halloween #thriller #benjaminlangley #TheBookWarren #authorsigning #author #horror #cambridgeshire #cambridge

Author of Dead Branches.

Yes, he was very kind and put up with me taking pictures and asking him lots of questions!

Dead Branches by Benjamin Langley #spooky #halloween #thriller #benjaminlangley #TheBookWarren #authorsigning #author #horror #cambridgeshire #cambridge

Dead Branches by Benjamin Langley  (Author), Pete Kahle (Editor)

Dead Branches by Benjamin Langley #spooky #halloween #thriller #benjaminlangley #TheBookWarren #authorsigning #author #horror #cambridgeshire #cambridge

Blurb from Amazon :

When Thomas Tilbrook receives a letter telling him that his estranged father is dying, he realises it’s finally time to go back to the Cambridgeshire Fens. But going back evokes memories of the last time he saw his father—memories that he can’t entirely trust.

Thomas remembers the summer of 1990 like it was yesterday: long hot days in the sun, watching the World Cup on TV… and his best friend John going missing.

He remembers how the silence of the adults had forced him to investigate what had happened to John with his brother and cousins. After all, who knew the hidden pathways and secrets of a village better than they did? Could it have been the local bogeyman Shaky Jake? Could one of the creatures on his deck of horror cards have been responsible? Could it be the dead tree with the sinister smile that watched him from a nearby field?

…or could the truth be closer to home and far worse than he could ever possibly have imagined?


I totally love it when an author writes about my home town…  and Shaky Jake sounds like a hoot, in a scary Halloween way, of course!!

Support local authors, as much as  you can!
Luv Sassy x
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