Psychology graduate, Heidi Harper is appointed to work with Professor Mala, pioneer of a new project to rehabilitate dog-reared feral child, Nicki. Heidi is soon asking questions and her mission takes on sinister overtones. As the truth outs, the lives of all concerned begin to unravel.
The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela has held enormous significance to Christians throughout history, never more so than during the Late Middle Ages. Penitents traveled there to atone for their sins and receive absolution. Paulina’s Story is the tale of one woman who made the journey seeking answers and found comfort for her battered spirit from an unexpected source.
The Zs rule the cities, but they are by no means the only threat. Chris has to confront cannibalistic, slave-trading motorcycle gangs, crazed 'Resurrection Men' and 'Corporation Agents' who want information he doesn't have. All this while trying to find the three-year-old daughter he last saw when she was a new born baby.
A touching story. Gentle, even with the tragic elements. A tale of outsiders in society, injustice and beauty craftily mixed. --Goodreads, 18th August 2011 I was captivated by this simple story, beautifully told, recommend it to anyone who likes well-written but simply structured stories. --Goodreads, 6th June 2011
Recently and unexpectedly widowed, Lorna Gray is struggling to pick up the pieces and start again, and drives on a whim to rural Cornwall. As if having to stand on her own two feet after years in a controlling marriage and in an unfamiliar place where she knows no one isn’t daunting enough, Lorna is about to find herself stumbling into a twenty year old mystery...
Daniel's dedication to his career, fueled in part by a tragic loss during his childhood has made him a successful and sought after professional working in New York. His drive to the top however, hasn't been without sacrifices to his personal life, or lack thereof.
Pammy has had enough of Bobby, her abusive drunk of a husband. One lovely spring day, she decides to kill him, despite the fact that they will soon be divorced and he will, at least in the eyes of the law, be out of her life for good. Indulging in homicidal daydreams for years has led her to devise her own perfect and completely bizarre plan.
Steve Vernon is a popular storyteller and author of Haunted Harbours, Wicked Woods, and a number of other works in the horror genre. He was born in Ontario, and learned the storytelling tradition from his grandmother. He participates in the Writers in the Schools program and lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.