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The enigmatic hermit Mr. Wight has passed away, leaving his fortune to the estranged Mr. Fairlie. Mr. Pinnacle Tricks, Fairlie’s assistant, is unceremoniously ushered off to Wight’s isolated home in a Northern European forest to resolve the matter of the will. What begins as a routine task for Tricks quickly unravels into a mystery far bigger than he could have imagined. A ...more
Paperback, 183 pages
Published July 1st 2017 by Thorpe-Bowker
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Andrea Stoeckel
Jul 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
(I received this book from the author whom I have encountered before. I voluntarily read and now review this book. My opinions, as always, are my own)

"..for though life can have its unspeakable tragedies, there is simply too much joy out there for those who’d seek it."

This is the story of Pinnacle Tricks who is sent to the far north to receive an inheritance for Ereven Fairlie and no one can quite figure out why. Tricks ends up going halfway 'round the world for him, and never quite knows the an
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Elizabeth
Jun 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I haven't been spooked this much by a book since I read Susan Hill's The Woman In Black.
Will of the Wisp is jam-packed with mystery, intrigue, and more twists than a crazy straw. I was immediately drawn to and sympathetic with Pinnacle Tricks, the book's main protagonist, whose diary entries were reminiscent of Jonathan Harker's journal entries in Stoker's Dracula and just as thrilling to read. The language and prose are beautifully written, and the ending had me shouting "OH MY GOD!!!!!!!".
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P.S. Clinen is a writer and artist from New South Wales - author of Tenebrae Manor, The Will of the Wisp, A Boy Named Art and Vignettes - An Anthology. More by this author, including poetry and short stories are available at www.psclinen.com ...more

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