The Daughters of Carrawburgh
by Nigel Plane
Pub Date 14 Apr 2017
The Daughters of Carrawburgh is a fantasy/adventure story with a contemporary setting, enriched by myth, folklore and the mysteries of our prehistoric heritage.
Sam Layton, a respected psychic medium, is called in by a reclusive landowner to investigate how a murder at a prehistoric stone circle relates to human sacrifices that have occurred at the site through antiquity. He joins forces with a beautiful widowed archaeologist, Emma, but soon finds he has a few demons of his own to lay to rest…
Whilst investigating the paranormal occurrences in the area, and with the discovery of more gruesome archaeological finds, Layton believes they relate to events locked away in his childhood memories. He is plagued by visions of Emma’s death, and is drawn into a desperate quest to discover her fate.
Set against the atmospheric backdrop of ancient landscapes, stone circles, Roman ruins, forest and moorland, The Daughters of Carrawburgh is a thrilling paranormal adventure centering on a story of stone circles and the ghosts of Roman soldiers, rather than a world populated by monsters, dragons and trolls.