Reality unravels to reveal a sinister truth that no one could have suspected.
You wouldn’t think that there was anything exceptional about the Philips family to look at them – just a mother, a father and their two children, with all their foibles and typical bickering rivalries – but circumstances can change, and render the familiar strange.
Their simple desire to unwind during an Easter break at an idyllic Breton gîte leads to an unwitting discovery that will change their lives forever. What they find appears, at first glance, to be mundane, and yet it proves anything but. In the vicinity of the village of Plougvillac, the past, it would seem, casts the longest and darkest of shadows, no more so than when the sun shines at its brightest.
‘Making ghost stories and horror tales scary in the 21st century is a difficult task indeed, but Bulstrode is a master. You will feel chills down your spine and check the shadows around you as he blankets you in this tale.’ PRD, Amazon UK.