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‘The Hill reveals the world for what it is; a place where the impossible is real, and the dead speak with the living’
What if you were murdered? And what if by supernatural intervention you are given the chance to help the police find your killer?
This is what happened to rookie police officer Ben Walker after he and his new girlfriend, Liz Mason became victims of a callous and brutal attack by Daniel Boyd, a grudge bearing drop out, and his gang.
Ben’s body lay alongside Liz, who was unconscious and barely alive at the bottom of Mill Tut, a Bronze aged burial mound in the beautiful Badock’s Wood in Bristol.
DCI Markland Garraway, who at the last moment is brought in to lead the investigation into Ben’s murder has a reputation of being a maverick detective who thinks outside the box.
The mystical powers of the ancient burial mound begin to influence Garraway’s attitude towards the case and soon he is alienated by his colleagues. Mill Tut, or The Hill as Garraway refers to it, opens up a Pandora’s Box of supernatural happenings which infiltrate his waking and sleeping life, creating a host of mental demons which the Scottish detective must learn to deal with.
Daniel Boyd has fled Bristol to evade capture for the crime he has committed. To those who know him, he’s vanished off the face of the earth. But can he escape the mystical powers of The Hill? The power of The Hill does not only affect Garraway. It reaches out to many, including Christopher Jameson, who was born at the precise moment Ben’s life ended.
The Hill reveals to Garraway and the others who are affected by its influence, the world for what it is; a place where the impossible is real, and the dead speak with the living.
What people are saying about The Hill
Reviews of the Omnibus edition of The Hill from Amazon UK (Containing both Book One and Book Two).
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow 2 August 2015
What a fantastic book. I have been reading books for 50 +years and never ever have I come across anything like this one.I just had to keep reading and reading. The plot was unlike anything I have ever encountered. Very well thought out and even believable. I was constantly asking myself if the story could be based on truth it was so convincing. I find it hard to believe this was the author’s first book.
Give yourself a pat on the back Andrew you deserve it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Best book I've read on kindle, 21 April 2015
I loved this book, I felt as though I was there with the characters. Full of suspense and would love to see it made into a film. Can't wait for more
by this author. Well done Andrew Stafford.
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb!, 19 April 2015
This is a truly excellent book and a page turner from start to finish. It has a gripping plot and holds the attention all the way through. I can thoroughly recommend it as an excellent read.
5.0 out of 5 stars would make good viewing, 12 April 2015
Can't wait for his next book. Why don't they make films or tv dramas, would make good viewing
5.0 out of 5 stars A truly amazing read best book I've read by far 7 April 2015
A truly amazing read best book I've read by far and I read a lot. A fantastic story of which you feel every emotion cannot rate it highly enough truly brilliant.
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved this book and couldn't put it down, 28 Mar. 2015
I loved this book and couldn't put it down. .would make a fabulous mini series or film.. highly recommend.