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    Not the Brothers Grimm!

    I had no idea what to expect from this book as I am not a huge fan of Paranormal stories. What I did get from it was a great supernatural 'who dunnit'! I had worked out the 'who' but not the 'why'. Lucy has a wonderful writing style that is so descriptive that had me almost thinking I was walking the streets of Eyam or sitting in the pub with the locals. Werewolves give me creeps, can't watch films with them in, but thankfully Lucy has Michael and Isaac in their human form more than their furry form. Highly enjoyable!!

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    Paranormal perfection.

    This was a different type of book for me but it certainly didn't disappoint. I found the characters interesting and instantly took to them. I loved how the village was described and came to life in my mind. The storyline had twists and turns and I thoroughly enjoyed trying to work out 'whodunit'. The background history both as the book went along and at the end was a definite bonus for me. Looking forward to my next fix from this great writer.

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    The Persecution of the Wolves

    The Persecution of Wolves is set in the small village of Eyam, Derbyshire, which is a place I visited many moons ago on a school trip. I was very interested to read this story, and to see how the factual history would be incorporated into a modern-day fictional story. Needless to say, I was not disappointed at all. All of the history is here, plus there is an addendum at the end, and you see how those events still impact the village today. Our brothers, Matthew and Isaac, change just once a month, on the night of the full moon. Although they become wolves, they are fully cognisant of who they are, where they are, etc. However, when a dead sheep is found mauled to death, suspicion instantly falls on them. They need to figure out who is framing them, before they have to leave the village. Although this is classed as a Paranormal Romance, I would actually class it as Paranormal Mystery, as the romance part definitely takes a back seat to the main story. They do have "sexual relations" in the story, but it is part of the story, not just gratuitous. When the 'whodunnit' is solved, it was exactly who I thought it was, so there was no surprise. However, the raw emotion that is there makes it 'real'. Very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt from the reading flow, this book is different to my normal reads, but I thoroughly enjoyed every word. Definitely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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