First Line Friday

7 Weeks in Hell: to Hell or to Galway

Still traumatised by the events of Halloween in the tiny village of Basard, Vicky Murtagh has moved to the Irish city of Galway to forge a new life, but the ghosts of her past have followed her west.

Veterinarian, John Tighe, wants to find out why the city’s pets are viciously attacking their owners. As violence increases on the streets of Galway, he wonders if the conspiracy theories of the shut-in who lives in the apartment across from his might make sense.

The Better Living Program promises to revolutionise people’s lives, but Violet Casey is more interested in learning how to use its business model to become as successful as its creator. Could the company that has rejuvenated Galway also be responsible for its downfall?

Three people linked by a web of horror as their lives descend into 7 Weeks in Hell, to Hell or to Galway.

The second book in the 7th Hell series.

Book cover by Eros Photo Company

19 thoughts on “First Line Friday”

      1. I realize now how insensitive and hurtful my comment was, and I deeply apologize to any cars, or car identifying individuals, who were offended by my comments. I can see how thoughtful and considerate the idea of a car park is, and I laud the city planners in Hell who came up with the idea. Hell seems like a very thoughtful and considerate place, if we can’t all go maybe we can at least make the world a little more like it.

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