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Black Shuck: The Devil's Dog Paperback – 24 Oct 2011
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From the Publisher
Black Shuck: The Devil's Dog - a terrifying new supernatural thriller
by Piers Warren set in the village of Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast.
About the Author
Piers Warren is a wildlife film-maker and author living in rural Norfolk. He has walked the African plains with Maasai Warriors, tracked tigers in India on elephant-back, explored the Amazon rainforest, swum with sharks, trekked across Tanzanian deserts on a camel and filmed cheetahs hunting in Kenya. But his favourite place is the North Norfolk coast, where he spends his time capturing the flora and fauna on film ... and looking for pawprints in the sand.
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Planet as Self: An Earthen Spirituality
I'll rewind, each year we go away on a boy's weekend. So where did we choose this year..... The Watch House on Blakeney point. It's whilst we are there that one of the lads mentioned a book, loaned to him about Black Shuck and the Watch House. So, when I get home I buy this book and read it over 2 days.
Well bless me. If it wasn't a perfect description of the area and the house itself. So I speak to the boys and highlight some of the book's passages. I happened to be sleeping in bedroom number 3, one of the boys in the lookout etc. We arrived by boat, we walked the shingle, we went to the Point and we saw many dead seabirds and a small dead pup!
Now imagine how we laughed at the time with one of the blokes (early 30's) went out for a wee (the toilet is correctly called "a loo with a view") and ran in claiming he got scared by seeing "a bear stood by a bush looking at me." How we laughed......
Now read this book, hire the Watch House and remember that line....."I thought i saw a bear by the bush, when I shone a light on it I realised it was not just a bush in the dark but like a bear stood next to it."