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The Luck of the Devil

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Susan Jones, a transgender woman struggling to get by in the economic woes of 1990s Britain, is under the care of psychiatrist Doctor Mordussen. He in turn is obsessed by her disturbing nightmares. But are her demons real?
An unexpected road trip to Ireland awakens traumas of the past. A seventeenth-century sorcerer, evil nurses, a castle reborn from the ashes and a bloodt
Kindle Edition, 314 pages
Published June 15th 2018 by WyrdStar
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If you’ve got a spare few days and a desire to read something really unique and different, I would definitely give this a go. - Matt

It took me a long time to even understand what was happening, and by the time I’d reached the middle of the book I was stil confused. - Laura

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