5 star rated Devil – the Unofficial Record of a Scottish Vampire Outbreak

Posted: November 18, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Dear Reader

Devil – the Unofficial Record of a Scottish Vampire Outbreak is the first book in the Deil trilogy.

What if Vampires truly existed?  What if they lurked in the shadows among ancient forests in mountains that once had villagers who would offer up sacrifices to them and worshiped them as terrifying Gods.  What if those villagers eventually rose up and attacked the Vampires, imprisoning them for eternity?  Finally, what if someone was stupid or arrogant enough to open their prison and release them into the modern world.

Police officers Tom and Claire are ordered to drive into the Scottish mountains to investigate the disappearance of utility workers and a university research team while a snow storm closes in.  Soon they are dealing with issues far beyond their training as they discover a military team sent to eliminate an ancient evil that no one believes should exist.   They have to overcome their natural scepticism and join forces to try and survive through the next few days.

Devil – the Unofficial Record of a Scottish Vampire Outbreak which is the first book in the Deil trilogy is now available for sale on Amazon UK at

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Devil-Unofficial-Scottish-Vampire-Outbreak-ebook/dp/B00P04GR76/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416348154&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=ag+mallaghan+devi

And is available on Amazon.com at

http://www.amazon.com/Devil-Unofficial-Scottish-Vampire-Outbreak-ebook/dp/B00P04GR76/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416348420&sr=8-1&keywords=devil+ag+mallaghan

If you read Devil then I would appreciate your feedback,

 

A G Mallaghan

 

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Comments
  1. jernacc says:

    I like the concept, once I finish what I’m currently reading I may have to pick it up

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