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Deep in the mountain caves of Blair Long lurks a band of monsters - half-human creatures hideously mutated after generations of inbreeding. This is the dark secret of a remote Highland village - a secret kept safe until a local fisherman builds some holiday chalets to attract tourists. Then the shameful conspiracy of silence is shattered at last - as the horrendous creatur ...more
Paperback, 187 pages
Published 1991 by Jalava (first published 1976)
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The long deserted Caelogy Hall in the small village of Turbury has new residents. Martyn Hamilton keeps his gates locked, installs a fierce alsatian and shuns all contact with the village.

He also installs a bell in his chapel, a bell which rings with a frequency that jars the senses, changes peoples' character and brings on brain haemorrhage and death. Even the deaf are able to hear it. People start dying, going insane and nothing they can do seems to have any effect on their chances to stop the
The best thing about this book is the cover on my copy, which is not pictured on Goodreads, sadly. It is, interestingly, a very faithful rendering of the cannibal creatures as depicted in the book, rather than a generic drawing of your everyday cannibal (or a random dog mouth as on the pictured cover??). It is the sort of freaky cover that draws strange looks when reading in public. The old lady next to me on the plane looked at this cover, looked at my iPod (coincidentally playing a song called ...more
Amy Petersen
Guy N. Smith is pretty much my hero after reading this book! It's such a sickening story and I liken it to the Wrong Turn Movies, so it's retarded, cannibalistic sickos at every turn.
Just what i'm into. I hope you are too.
Dave Whitt
I really enjoyed this little book. The events can almost be seen as realistic for the era the book was written, which adds to my popularity. The story was fast paced and was resolved well. This was a good recommendation. I have another book by this author I will certainly be reading.
Dawn Kudzinowski
A classic book and a constant page turner! this is the 5th time I've read it and won't be the last!
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I was born on November 21, 1939, in the small village of Hopwas, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. My mother was a pre-war historical novelist (E. M. Weale) and she always encouraged me to write.
I was first published at the age of 12 in The Tettenhall Observer, a local weekly newspaper. Between 1952-57 I wrote 56 stories for them, many serialized. In 1990 I collated these into a book entitled
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