Terrible events at a Viking village in the north of England spill over into the present day when a murdered man is discovered near the excavation that archaeologist Kathryn Bailey has been driven to undertake. Just why are local people so against any disturbance of the site? When the goddess Freya seeks to reclaim her own, things get serious, and Helen and Robert Gunn find themselves fighting for the survival of their little daughter as well as their troubled marriage.
A thrilling psychological ghost story with a fascinating historical twist.
P J Roscoe is the author of two novels, and several historical articles published in 'Country Quest', a Wales & Border magazine. A Chakradance and drumming facilitator and a qualified counsellor and therapist, she is also a clairvoyant, and it is these experiences that have helped to shape her stories.
When a young woman who has been missing for months, turns up battered and bloodied, lying next to a headless corpse, the police are convinced that she is the killer - but why? The only clue is the murder weapon, an ancient sword dating from the 6th century, that has police and historians baffled. Refusing to talk, Emily is sent to a psychiatric hospital for her own safety.
Dr Marian Griffiths is determined to get ahead in her career, and sees Emily as a way of doing that. Using hypnotherapy, she finally has a breakthrough and Emily begins to talk; but the story that unfolds couldn’t possibly be true - could it?
Clare and the Apple Tree Faerie, and The Bad Troll Adventures of Faerie Folk, book 3
In this third book in the Adventures of Faerie folk series, Clare must learn how to share or she will never have the pleasure of tasting the apples in her garden; and the Bad Troll must show kindness to the villagers before it is too late.
'The World can be a magical place, if we only took the time to truly see it and remember our childhood wonder.' P.J Roscoe