Where Seagulls Dare and other tales from Herm Island


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The tiny Channel Island of Herm measures one and a half miles long by half a mile wide.  This book comprises twelve short stories drawing on the island’s history, myths and legends – each evocative of an island location.

This eclectic mix of tales includes a story of a ghost, an adventure, one of humour, horror, a war story and so much more.  It’s best to read them in the locations they are set, but a chair by a warm fireside will do.

Where Seagulls Dare is a triumph.  You don’t need to know Herm to enjoy this book but the island plays such a big part in the stories that the reader will be longing to visit.  A creative pot pourri.”   Jane Mosse.

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by Paul Sherman


Blue Ormer Press


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