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Judas Tree
by Simon Clark

Subject: Horror
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (UK)

Edition Our Price inc. p&p Status
signed first edition hardback, 423pp, ISBN 0340739134, 1999 UK: £75.00
Europe: £86.11
USA: £90.80
Elsewhere: £91.75
in stock
signed first edition paperback, 423pp, ISBN 0340739142, 2000 UK: £20.00
Europe: £23.99
USA: £26.19
Elsewhere: £26.94
in stock

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    Horror fiction as it should be written -- shocking but fascinating
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    The hottest new purveyor of horrific thrills currently working on these shores
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    Simon Clark is a well-established horror writer whose stories are told with pace, style and always with a surreal twist
    Newcastle Evening Chronicle


Amelia Thomas heads for the sun-soaked Greek island of Voros not only to escape her cold, dreary home town, but also to piece her life back together after a failed romance and a mysterious accident which has left her feeling an outsider to the rest of the world.

Voros should be an idyllic, peaceful place. Here there are no roads, no towns, only the Judas tree which grows in astonishing profusion, blossoming each spring into a vivid pink that lends the island an otherworldly air.

But the island is not what it appears. Nor are the people who live there. Something unexpected haunts Voros. A something that Amelia cannot see, but a something which has the power to shape events, to invade lives and to make people do strange, sometimes frightening things.

That dark power is about to reach out to Amelia and take her on a strange and ghostly journey of self-discovery. A journey where danger lurks...

In the classic tradition of The Haunting of Hill House, Rebecca and The Shining, Simon Clark has written a truly thrilling modern ghost story which will continue to haunt the reader long after the final page.