Steve Bowkett

Halloween Pie

October 31st – All Hallows Eve – marks an ancient festival. This is the time when the veils between this realm and the next grow thin. Now the ancestral dead can be honoured and the spirits from elsewhere might speak to us. Here at the old year's turning we have the chance to look again and make amends, or follow the same path blindly. Why is Eleanor tempted to take the hand of the crone Tuggie Bannock? How do two wandering souls save the life of a young mother and her baby? What is the secret of the creature trapped in a hawthorn cage? Who does a petty criminal see that scares him half to death? Thirteen + one stories and poems of the darkness and fog and what lies within. Can you hear the voices whispering on the Hallowmas wind? Step inside if you dare!
90 printed pages



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