The Darkness at Dillingham

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An exhibitionist witch. A English seaside town literally descending to hell. And the only hope is a broken partnership that doesn’t want to heal!

 

“The Darkness at Dillingham” is the second instalment in the A&K urban fantasy series. If you like breakneck action, sexy villains and cutting dialogue, then you’ll love this misfit set of heroes. Can the team bind together long enough to rescue a cursed town? Get the book one reader called “A real roller coaster of spookiness with some sexy bits thrown in”.

 

Dillingham, the nightlife’s straight from hell!

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The Darkness at Dillingham is the 2nd in the Austerley and Kirkgordon Series.

“The Darkness at Dillingham” is the second instalment in the A&K urban fantasy series. If you like breakneck action, sexy villains and cutting dialogue, then you’ll love this misfit set of heroes. Can the team bind together long enough to rescue a cursed town? Get the book one reader called “A real roller coaster of spookiness with some sexy bits thrown in”.

Dillingham, the nightlife’s straight from hell!

Praise for G R Jordan’s writing

“Characters ooze personality and his settings are vivid and unnervingly realistic”Christopher Artinian, author of the Safe Haven Series

“If you like Lovecraft, Poe or Conan Doyle…(if you) like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Supernatural, Being Human, or X-Files then you will like this book.” – Amazon Reviewer

Crescendo is the 1st novel and is now available as part of a ‘box set’ containing the 1st three Austerley and Kirkgordon adventures.

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To find out more about the series visit the Austerley and Kirkgordon page.

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About the author

A graduate of Loughborough University where he masqueraded as a chemical engineer but ultimately played American football, GR Jordan worked at changing the shape of cereal flakes and pulled a pallet truck for a living. Watching vegetables freeze at -40'C was another career highlight and he was also one of the Scottish Highlands' "blind" air traffic controllers. Having flirted with most places in the UK, he is now based in the Isle of Lewis in Scotland where his free time is spent between raising a young family with his wife, writing, figuring out how to work a loom and caring for a small flock of chickens. Luckily his writing is influenced by his varied work and life experience as the chickens have not been the poetical inspiration he had hoped for!

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