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David John Griffin - The Unusual Possession of Alastair Stubb - 9781910692349 - KKD0010492
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The Unusual Possession of Alastair Stubb

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Description for The Unusual Possession of Alastair Stubb Paperback. The Unusual Possession of Alastair Stubb is a gothic terror of the highest order, delivering a dream-like and hallucinatory reading experience that promises to reveal secrets both disturbing and astonishing. Do you dare meet the Stubbs? Num Pages: 320 pages. BIC Classification: FK; FM. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 131 x 198 x 26. Weight in Grams: 324. Good copy with some shelf wear
The turn of the last century and Theodore Stubbs' manor house resides in the quirky village of Muchmarsh. A renowned entomologist, he is often within the attic adding another exotic specimen to his extensive collection of insects. But Theodore is also a master hypnotist, holding the household in thrall to his every whim. Theodore's daughter-in-law Eleanor returned from the sanatorium two months before is a haunted figure, believing that her stillborn child Alastair lives and hides in the shadows. Then she falls pregnant again, but this time by the hypnotic coercion and wicked ravishment of Theodore. A dreadful act begets ... Read more

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Urbane Publications
Used, Very Good
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Rochester, United Kingdom
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About David John Griffin
David John Griffin is a writer, graphic designer and app designer, and lives in a small town by the Thames in Kent, UK with his wife Susan and two dogs called Bullseye and Jimbo. He is currently working on the first draft of a third novel as well as writing short stories for a novel-length collection. His first novel published ... Read more

Reviews for The Unusual Possession of Alastair Stubb
This plummy pastiche of traditional gothic fiction is chock-full of the set pieces that make such stories so delectably dark.
Publishers Weekly, 7/4/2016

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