Freitas and King address the complex religious and spiritual dimensions of Philip Pullmans His Dark Materials trilogy.
Based on the richest archive of witchcraft trials found in Europe, this title paints a vivid picture of life amongst the people of a small duchy on the border of France. Robin Briggs' examination of their beliefs in phenomena such as shapeshifting and werewolves proves a vital contribution to historical understanding of witchcraft.
Untitled GWAI by Bill O'Reilly is a forthcoming title from St. Martin's Press.
The new title in the Whitborough Novels series, following on from Treasure Trove and Mystery City. A murder mystery and supernatural horror comedy. The series features an accident prone werewolf and a large cast of very unlucky witches, satanists, petty criminals and policemen. There’s no rest for the wicked in Witches Brew, the third instalment of the Whitborough Novels. Lindsay Boldwood, Yorkshire’s unluckiest werewolf joins the Caravan Club and embarks on a final night of mayhem, pursued by a bandy legged ex-army sniper and a farmer with a very sharp grudge. Barnett Crosbie, the Aberdeen mafia’s most dangerous export, finding himself rich and ready for a life abroad, engineers the biggest explosion since the war to cover his tracks and Anarchy Mary spends a night buried in Dalby Forest. The Black Hand Coven come out of hiding at an Elvis tribute night, only to be attacked by their pet demon Tetarzepandomestos and a lonely little Parson’s terrier finds a new home...’