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The Lovecraft Squad: All Hallows Horror



There has always been something wrong about All Hallows Church. Not just the building, but the very land upon it stands. Reports dating back to Roman times reveal that it has always been a bad place blighted by strange sightings, unusual phenomena, and unexplained disappearances.

So in the 1990s, a team of para-psychiatrists is sent in to investigate the various mysteries surrounding the Church and its unsavoury legends. From the start, they begin to discover a paranormal world that defies belief. But as they dig deeper, not only do they uncover some of the secrets behind the ancient edifice designed by Zombie King Thomas Moreby but, hidden away beneath everything else, something so ancient and so terrifying that it is using the architect himself as a conduit to unimaginable evil.

After four days and nights, not everybody survives and those that do will come to wish they hadn t. Imagine The Haunting of Hill HouseThe Amityville HorrorThe Entity and The Stone Tape rolled together into the very fabric of a single building. And then imagine if all that horror is accidentally released…


Available in hardback and ebook formats from Pegasus Press


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Reviews and Comments

“Probert evokes horrors with cinematic vividness.” (Publishers Weekly)

“A grisly, gripping tale of terror with roots in medieval English history and Lovecraftian horror.” (Shelf Awareness)

“Zombies and Cthulhu―need I say more? This novel takes elements from the Zombie Apocalypse! series and weaves them expertly with elements from the H.P. Lovecraft mythos to bring us an energetic and detailed view of a world teetering on the brink of destruction by way of the eldritch gods. This one is a winner, bringing together two horror genres successfully and never compromising on the details or fear-inducing situations.” (Criminal Element)

“A smashing, wild ride that should be on your reading list.” (Scifi Movie Page)

“The pieces of a truly great ghost story are all present, with the added fun of the exploits of [the Lovecraft Squad]. Horror fans will enjoy this one.” (Booklist)

“Smartly combining Lovecraftian and classical mythologies, Probert does an excellent job of creating a suspenseful and often horrific atmosphere without indulging in gratuitous gore or violence. Fans of Lovecraft and horror should enjoy.” (Library Journal)

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