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Day of the Serpent (Ouroboros Book 3) by [Longhorn, David]
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Book 3 of 3 in Ouroboros (3 Book Series)

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Fergus Mackay was fishing.
 
His job as caretaker and general servant at the Lodge was not especially onerous. As he had often remarked to drinking buddies, Mister Crowley may be a strange man, and an Englishman at that, but he was a fair employer. What's more, the Master employed a fine, buxom widow as his housekeeper. The good lady, Jean Brash, was bound to give way to Fergus's advances at some point.
 
The only problem was the salmon. Or rather, the lack of them.
 
Loch Ness was famous for its salmon, and Fergus enjoyed fishing in his spare time. This happened to be the ideal fishing season, so there ought to be plenty of gullible young salmon thronging the loch's waters. The trouble was that, try as he might, Fergus had landed nothing for days. When he had commented on this in the pub, others had said the same.
 
"They're not biting," muttered the old man.
 
Fergus looked up and down the long, narrow expanse of Loch Ness. A small pleasure steamer was just visible, far to the north, but otherwise nothing broke the surface.
 
So why do I get the feeling I'm being watched?
 
He turned to look around through three hundred and sixty degrees, taking in the whole sweep of the loch and its shores. As far as he could see, he was the only living thing in sight. Normally, one might expect to see ducks or geese on the water, or deer drinking at the waterline. But now there was nothing.
 
Almost as if, he thought, the wildlife are in hiding. As if there's something near that they're avoiding. Something evil.

About the Author

David Longhorn was born in North East England long before the internet, but fortunately they had plenty of books in those days! He enjoyed reading all sorts of fact and fiction in childhood and also became a huge fan of old horror movies and the BBC’s Ghost Stories for Christmas on television, despite losing a lot of sleep as a result. He went on to get a degree in English Studies, which somehow led him to a career in local government, which in turn took him into a recording studio where he provided voice-overs, read news, and did a lot of other audio stuff. It’s been that kind of life, really – a bit random but quite interesting. All the while he was reading and writing supernatural fiction, influenced by both the classic tales of writers like Ambrose Bierce, M.R. James, and Edgar Allan Poe, but also by modern masters such as Stephen King. He hopes to write a lot more about the world of the dead and undead, assuming they let him…

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  • File Size: 511 KB
  • Print Length: 217 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: ScareStreet.com; 1 edition (July 15, 2017)
  • Publication Date: July 15, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07215KRP1
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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