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Unearthly History - PR Moredun
2004 English hardcover first edition, first impression. Rookstone Publishing
A fine book in fine unclipped dustwrapper
No owner names etc, clean and bright, I believe unread
The dust jacket has no loss or tears
A fantastic read that goes back to 1895 and the discovery of a dead woman in a derelict Norfolk country house.
A lovely copy of Volume One: The Balance Between

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James Kinghorn had escaped! He'd escaped, if only for half term, from the school where last September he had arrived for the first time, a reluctant fourteen-year-old sent to honour a family tradition. Every generation of Kinghorn had despatched a son to Drinkett College (the 'Eton of the North') since Waterloo, and James was not about to let down the family name. James stood amidst the sand dunes that lined the barren coast of Northumberland in northern England. Wisps of cloud traced across the brilliant blue sky. A crab scuttled into the surf, its claws raised in defiance of marauding seagulls. James spied a small, wretched boat left stranded above the high-water line - its hull planking stoved in, a casualty of a winter gale - and he trudged through the sand to investigate. Inspecting the broken vessel, he imagined himself shipwrecked and alone, on some great adventure. James's father, Sir Philip Kinghorn, worked in the War Office, although in what capacity James wasn't quite sure, but he was pretty certain it was an important job. Sir Philip had arranged for James to spend the weekend with him and his mother, Lady Jennifer, while Sir Philip attended a naval gunnery demonstration held off the Fame Islands, just up the coast. Today was the day of the

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