Historical fantasies, The Bells of Prosper Station and Black Springs Abbey, have been beautifully republished by Red Apple Press.
In their updated versions, the books have been designated Hallowmas I and Hallowmas II. Based on the authentic Victorian history of two Ontario oil towns, the stories incorporate fantasy elements with the themes of addiction and intervention.
In Hallowmas I: The Bells of Prosper Station, Azur Moonstorey, Dilly Witherton and Dr. XT Barkley exit Prosper Library to board a midnight ghost train which will transport them to nineteenth-century Prosper Station as well as to the eerie dimension of Vapourlea. Their mission: to rescue Azur’s sister, Hilma, from the psychic vampire, Vek.
In Hallowmas II: Black Springs Abbey, five years have passed since Hilma Moonstorey returned from her captivity in Vapourlea. A talented musician, she is nonetheless beset by anxieties and insecurities. Encouraged by young police constable, Garth Mayfield, to take a position at a dilapidated abbey on the outskirts of Black Springs, Hilma soon discovers that life at the abbey is as unsettling as she feared.
The books are available in digital format at iBook, Kobo, Kindle and Nook, as well as in paperback.
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