TORC OF MOONLIGHT is “a chilling story of passion, betrayal and Celtic revenge” written by local Holderness based author Linda Acaster.
“Alice believes that people close to her die. She seeks escape by steering her future back into the past to uncover the shrine of a forgotten Celtic water goddess.”
The first of a trilogy of psychological thrillers set in university cities around the North Yorkshire Moors, Torc of Moonlight centres on Hull and its university. When student Nick becomes obsessed with Alice and her determination to find a shrine to a forgotten Celtic water goddess he comes to realise that history isn’t as quietly buried beneath his feet as he’d thought, and it always repeats itself.
Torc of Moonlight is Linda Acaster’s fourth novel and is being featured as part of a promotion of local authors being held at Occasions in Hedon Market Place until 17th October 2010.
If you have ever wondered what the life of an author is like – the trials and tribulations of researching, writing and getting a book published – then you might like to consider inviting Linda to your group or meeting to give a talk on the subject!
To find out more about Linda and her book, including an exclusive look at a sample chapter of Torc of Moonlight, then visit www.lindaacaster.co.uk