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Village life, nature, folklore and psychedelia come together in this first full-length novel from acclaimed author Tom Cox. In the late sixties a Californian musician blows through the West Country village of Underhill and writes a set of haunting folk songs that will earn him a cult following. Two decades later, some teenagers disturb a body on the local golf course then in 2019 lodgers discover a one-eyed rag doll hidden in the walls of their crumbling home. Connections are forged and broken across generations, but only the landscape itself can link them together. A landscape threatened by property development and speckled by the pylons whose feet have been buried across the moor.


  • Paperback
  • Pages: 352
  • Dimensions: 198x129mm

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