Saturday, July 18, 2020

"Delphine" by Bill Bradshaw

If you love historical fiction and horror, then I have the book for you. "Delphine" by Bill Bradshaw isn't for those afraid of scary tales, but rather for those who want to hold their breath as they read, shaking in their shoes, and can't wait to find out what is next for the protagonist. This well-written tale is surely to become a classic. Take a look and enjoy!!!! You're not afraid of the dark, are you?


by Bill Bradshaw (Author)

As a child, Laura Brady was sent to live with relatives in Burlington, Ontario. Her family in Ireland was never discussed, and no explanation was ever given as to why she had been abandoned by them. Now a successful author, Laura, is informed that her biological mother is dying, and she travels back in search of answers. She arrives in the rural Irish town of Drumasheen and attempts to establish her own history, but in doing so, she learns of a dark force within the family.

In 1914 her grandfather, Edward Brady, went to war, but in the mountains above Gallipoli, he encountered a sinister presence referred to as 'The Devourer' in the tales of Turkish folklore. What returned home from the battlefields was an abomination that violated and abused. When Edward passed, it was hoped that the evil had died with him, but, as Laura investigates further, she uncovers a decades-old mystery filled with death and despair. Now that she is here, forces are at work to ensure she never leaves.

Told in dual timelines, Delphine looks at the loyalty of family, the horrors of war, and at the insidious evil that has bound them together.


Product Details

·  Paperback: 176 pages

·  Publisher: Maester Press (July 10, 2020)

·  Language: English

·  ISBN-10: 1527267121

·  ISBN-13: 978-1527267121

·  Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches


Bill Bradshaw wrote the best selling Irish novels From the Horses Mouth - A Jailers Tale and, more recently, Hello Welcome, which won a Book of the Month award in Los Angeles and a Book of the Year award for 2018. He wrote, directed, and produced the multi-award-winning short film The Long Night Followed, which earned Bill a Best Short Narrative award at the TOFF international film festival in New York. He lives on the west coast of Ireland, where he drinks spiced rum and scribbles. He is currently working on a new book.