Purefinder

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Purefinder is published by Cosmic Egg Books, an imprint of John Hunt Publishing, December 13th, 2013.

London, 1858: a child is dead, a man is blamed, and dragged through hell – why is he persecuted and who is his persecutor?

A Gothic horror historical thriller with a satirical edge, Purefinder is available in both paperback and ebook editions.

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All of the reviews [as of July, 2014] can be found here.

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From January 2013 to publication date, I’ll be posting the material on the blog that I didn’t use in the book.

The first of those posts can be found here.
Or if you’d like all the posts published so far, just scroll down to the pingbacks.

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You can order Purefinder from any bookshop or get it from Amazon here.

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