Published April 15, 2007
by Valancourt Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Gerald Monsman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||212|
The Weird of Deadly Hollow () - Valancourt Books. The Weird of Deadly Hollow () Bertram Mitford, Edited by Gerald Monsman. Years ago, Deadly Hollow was the site of a horrible tragedy. Gert Van Niekerk, a Boer farmer, murdered his brother in cold blood during a terrible storm. Hanged for his crime, Van Niekerk's ghost haunts the land in the form of a spectral leopard that can appear and . For on a dreary and tempestuous night, Deadly Hollow will witness the fulfilment of the blood curse: a savage murder and a brutal revenge! First published in and out of print for more than a century, The Weird of Deadly Hollow was one of Bertram Mitford's most popular : Bertram Mitford. The Weird of Deadly Hollow: A Tale of the Cape Colony by Bertram Mitford An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. The Weird of Deadly Hollow. Janu by Jim Cornelius. South Africa is haunted by ghosts: Ghosts of the million who died during the mfecane (The Crushing) when the rise of the Zulu Empire touched off a shockwave of indigenous warfare and migration from to ; ghosts of massacred Trekboers; ghosts of women and children who wasted away in British concentration camps during the Anglo-Boer War of
Bertram Mitford’s novel The Weird Of Deadly Hollow recounts a legend of one such blood curse. Mitford was a contemporary of H. Rider Haggard and worked a similar vein with adventure thrillers set in the frontier lands of southern Africa. The novel chronicles the events directly following Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince () and the final confrontation between the wizards Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. Deathly Hallows shattered sales records upon release, surpassing marks set by previous titles of the Harry Potter series. The Deathly Hallows are three highly powerful magical objects supposedly created by Death and given to each of three brothers in the Peverell family. They consisted of the Elder Wand, an immensely powerful wand that was considered unbeatable; the Resurrection Stone, a stone which could summon the spirits of the dead, and the Cloak of Invisibility, which, as its name suggests, renders the user. Enter the dazzling and deadly world of Unseelie royalty in the penultimate Creepy Hollow book! Emerson Clarke thought magic might solve all her problems. Turns out, magic only made her life more complicated/5(84).
But their lovers' bliss is short-lived. For on a dreary and tempestuous night, Deadly Hollow will witness the fulfilment of the blood curse: a savage murder and a brutal revenge! First published in and out of print for more than a century, "The Weird of Deadly Hollow" was one of . This book came out in , and I haven’t read it since. Not because I hated it or was too heartbroken over it, but because endings are things that I like to reserve for the right occasion. I. The Weird of Deadly Hollow is somewhat unusual in that it is more a ghost story/psychological thriller than it is an adventure tale. The novel does not have the grand, even epic, scope the The Sign of the Spider did, and really feels more like an extended spooky campfire anecdote: the major events of the novel could be summarized in a paragraph or two! Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mitford, Bertram, Weird of deadly hollow. Chicago: Valancourt Books, ©