The Lost Village
A Haunting Page-Turner With A Twist You'll Never See Coming!
By Neil Spring
Inspired by real historical events, this is the second novel by Neil Spring featuring the notorious real-life ghost hunter, Harry Price. The critically acclaimed ITV drama Harry Price: Ghost Hunter, starring Rafe Spall, was adapted from Spring's first novel, The Ghost Hunters.
'Neil Spring is Agatha Christie meets James Herbert' STEPHEN VOLK
A haunting and spooky thriller, with an unforgettable twist!
The remote village of Imber - remote, lost and abandoned. The outside world hasn't been let in since soldiers forced the inhabitants out, much to their contempt.
But now, a dark secret threatens all who venture near. Everyone is in danger, and only Harry Price can help.
Reluctantly reunited with his former assistant Sarah Grey, he must unlock the mystery of Imber, and unsurface the secrets someone thought were long buried. But will Sarah's involvement be the undoing of them both?
Neil Spring was born in south Wales in 1981. He started writing at the age of twenty-eight. Between 1999 and 2002 he studied philosophy, politics and economics at Somerville College, Oxford. In 2013 he published The Ghost Hunters, a paranormal thriller based on the life of Harry Price. The Ghost Hunters received outstanding reviews and has been adapted into a major television drama under the title Harry Price: Ghost Hunter for ITV. Neil is Welsh and lives in London. The Watchers is his second novel. You can contact him on Twitter @NeilSpring or visit him at www.neilspring.com.
- Other details
- Publication date:
19 Oct 2017
- Page count:
There's nothing like a good ghost story, and this supernatural mystery kept me guessing to the last page. Neil Spring is Agatha Christie meets James Herbert — Stephen Volk
Prepare to be pleasantly scared — Metro on The Ghost Hunters
A deft, spooky psychological drama based on a true story — Daily Mail on The Ghost Hunters
Surprising, serpentine and clever — Sunday Times on The Ghost Hunters
Spring's fast-paced and often deliciously creepy novel has an orphaned hero, a spooky, isolated farmhouse and things that go bump in the night . . . highly readable — The Herald on The Watchers
Genuinely spine chilling . . . an excellent blending of fact and fiction — Light Magazine on The Ghost Hunters