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Under a full moon the colour of blood, a man is killed in sacrifice on the ancient hill fort of Tel Megiddo. His death awakens an evil that threatens to bring the world to an end.

Myles Dáithín has few concerns beyond hanging out with his friends and winning the affections of the woman whom he has loved half his life. But when two of his friends are murdered, he discovers
Kindle Edition, 656 pages
Published March 30th 2018
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Philip Dickens is a British civil servant. But because he’s a low-paid grunt you won’t see him at Whitehall in a pinstripe suit and bowler hat. He’s a union representative in the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) and spends an inordinate amount of time on trains.

His debut novel, From The Hill of Megiddo, has technically been a work in progress for fifteen years. In all honesty, though, th

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