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Strange things are happening at Stamford House...

It was not that Mr Fortey was particularly loved, but that he died in such a horrible way, and in the presence of almost the entire household. We must have been only a few feet away, yet no one heard or saw anything. If it could happen to a strapping veteran like the footman, it could happen to any of us.

Phil Hore’s debut novel crackles with thrills and chills as two unlikely allies join forces with two of history’s greatest writers, Arthur Conan Doyle and Bram Stoker, to save England from the ancient Brotherhood of the Dragon and the horrible secret they protect.

Praise for The Order Of The Dragon -

"You can't trust a vampire. Or a werewolf. Or even your humble narrator.
In Brotherhood of the Dragon, you can't really trust anyone, and that's where the fun begins. Combining the best of historical fiction with a wild romp through a monster-infested estate, this book starts with a bang and the pace never lets up.

You'll find familiar names in the most unlikely of places, and journey into an underground lair with beasts who have been waiting a very long time to feast on human blood. The historical setting is well-presented, the characters meaty and deep, and the race to the finish will leave you refreshing your Amazon page to see when the sequel is announced." - Wendy A Vogel, Amazon Review

About The Author

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Born in 1969, Phil likes to point out he was one of the last children born before man walked on the moon.

Published in newspapers and magazines across the globe, since 2007, Phil has been the paleo-author for the world’s longest running dinosaur magazine, The Prehistoric Times.

He has also been a comic shop manager, a cinema projectionist, a theatre technician, and gutted chickens for a deli. All of these influences seem to make an appearance in his writing, especially the chicken guts bit.

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