Time to take a closer look at the Alex Price books, this is where it all started. The Community US The Community UK Available worldwide. Also available FREE on KindleUnlimited. A short introduction. Jack still mourns his lost love but now he has more to worry about. His friend has died and Charmsbury’s local journalist, […]
Just a quick heads up to let you know that if you haven’t yet met Alex Price and would like to get to know her before you catch up with her in ‘After the Light, After the Love’ ‘The Community’ is FREE TODAY Grab yourself a copy for your kindle, put the kettle on and […]
A friend started the 30 days of gratitude challenge and I thought it was a wonderful idea. You should stop by and check her poetry out she is an amazing poet. So it’d be really nice if anyone would like to join in. It just gently reminds us that we have a lot to be thankful for, even […]
A short introduction. Jack still mourns his lost love but now he has more to worry about. His friend has died and Charmsbury’s local journalist, Alexandra Price, is getting closed to discovering The Community. Alex has no idea as to the identity of the woman’s body that has been found in the park, but […]
It’s my birthday so I decided to give you all a present from me. Free on Kindle, click the link that will take you to either the US site or UK site. I hope you enjoy it and get a chance to relax with me on the 17th July. US Link … Click the pic. UK Link […]
A quick heads up. I am doing this offer (links below) now to give you a chance to catch up with Alex, local journalist, before book #3 (I really must get a title!) is released in the Autumn. Check out the 5 star reviews ‘The Community’ & ‘Pictures of Deceit’. Here’s a few highlights. ‘I […]
So I have no idea what’s going on… last month I gave my book ‘The Community’away free for 3 days. Publicised like crazy for all 3 days, approx 80 books were downloaded. I was happy with that, hoping that there may be a few reviews and sales of book 2 ‘Pictures of Deceit’. It did […]
There’s a brand new book on the market and I’d like to introduce it and its author to you all.
Paul has also offered up a more of an insight beyond the blurb to whet your appetite, when I spoke to him he told me what could be expected from his first novel.
In 1954, two Sheffield students disappeared without trace. After seven years they are pronounced missing, presumed dead.
Thirty years later in 1984, Seb another student disappears. Two of his friends, Ptarmigan and Gerda were with him. But they have a strange amnesia about the events leading up to his disappearance.
By 2014, Ptarmigan has collected enough clues about what happened to persuade Seb’s still-grieving ex-partner Rita back to Sheffield, to find out what had happened all those years ago.
As they move closer to the answers Gerda, Ptarmigan and Rita discover that their lives have also been contaminated by a far more mundane, far more human antagonist.
Their investigations take them from the writings of Aldous Huxley, to a pilgrimage by a group of 12th Century monks. From a pamphlet by an obscure Elizabethan nobleman to architectural riddles concealed in the old Sheffield General Cemetery. Then local legends and press reports about a horrifying creature called the Hallow Man.
The Hallow Man is a tale about horror, friendship, love, loss and perhaps redemption that spans the centuries.
Meet the author… Paul Devine.
Paul was vocalist and frontman of post-punk band Siiiii. Now living in Somerset. He has written two books prior to The Hallow Man. The autobiography, The Devine Comedy and the semi fictional diary 2020, Here Be Hermits, The Year of Covid.