The Wolf Letters

  • Title: The Wolf Letters
  • Author: Will Shaefer
  • ISBN: 9781921665219
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Wolf Letters Southern England August An artefact from the dark ages a wolf carved in jet black is stolen from the archaeology department of St Matthew s College A man is murdered in an antique store Historian
    Southern England August 1936.An artefact from the dark ages a wolf carved in jet black is stolen from the archaeology department of St Matthew s College A man is murdered in an antique store.Historian George Haye translates two eighth century documents for the investigating police, and is very soon nearly murdered himself What is it about the documents Aren t theySouthern England August 1936.An artefact from the dark ages a wolf carved in jet black is stolen from the archaeology department of St Matthew s College A man is murdered in an antique store.Historian George Haye translates two eighth century documents for the investigating police, and is very soon nearly murdered himself What is it about the documents Aren t they just letters from one Englishman to another And why does the wolf from St Matthew s seem to be at the black heart of all the evil that unfolds around him Haye is desperate He must find the letters which lead him to the wolf, or he will die.But Haye will find something else Something he could never have imagined something long forgotten, something terrifying

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    1. I was reading late into the night with this one. A fast-moving historical thriller situated both in an atmospheric 1930s English university town - it's not called Oxford but it may as well be - and the endless Germanic forests of the eighth century. What I loved most about this story (apart from the compulsive plot) was the vivid evocation of 1930s university life and of the wider British landscape. Strangely enough, the narratorial asides (such as upon tea as one of the fundamental engines of B [...]

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    2. An action-packed thriller from an exciting new Australian author.Sure to appeal to fans of historical fiction and new readers alike.

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