Saturday, 20 April 2013

Book Spotlight - The Lambsridge Wolves by Chrissie Parkes

The Lambsridge WolvesThe Lambsridge Wolves


“The girl stares at the church door, unsure how she has ended up in this place. Above, the clear night sky is black as fear, while pale mist curls between the trees, low and sinister. It snakes around her ankles, as if to pull her back into the darkness from which they are coming. Clouds gather overhead to hide the awful truth of what is to come. Turning slowly, the girl’s mind empties as she prepares for their arrival.”
Hazel’s family history is firmly rooted in the tiny, Welsh farming village of Lambsridge. She dreams of a life of excitement in the outside world, but when the old traditions begin to threaten the lives of her family, she can no longer deny the dark and menacing danger waiting for her in the woods at the top of the hill.

It’s called ‘The Reservation’ – a place where wolves roam wild behind a secure wire fence. Shunned by the town kids and bullied at school, Hazel desperately tries to uncover the secrets lurking within and save her family. But will she get to the truth before it destroys them all?

The Lambsridge Wolves chronicles the first dramatic episode in Hazel's life, revealing the family heritage that will forever alter her future. Fans of suspense, mystery or paranormal stories will love this tale of secret traditions, loyalty and betrayal, all set against the realistic day-to-day backdrop of secondary school life.

Buy Links: Amazon, Smashwords, Lulu

About the Author
Chrissie Parkes writes real stories for young adults. Inspirations come from nature, families and, of course, wolves.

Even though you think you can spot them, wolves are masters of disguise. They use stealth and camouflage to pass undetected through our world. Although they choose to avoid humans at all costs, beware. Sometimes they take an interest in one or two special people. But then again, as we’re all finding out, it’s not the wolves you need to be afraid of...


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