Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Henry Hunter and the Beast of Snagov Spotlight

Henry Hunter and the Beast of Snagov

The Henry Hunter Series #1
by John Matthews

Sky Pony Press hardcover, also available as an ebook
On Sale: September 20, 2016 | ISBN: 978-1-5107-1038-2

Price: $15.99 | 240 pages | Ages 8–12


About the Book:
An intriguing combination of Indiana Jones and Sherlock Holmes, the Henry Hunter Series is the perfect middle-grade read for all young adventurers looking for a bit of supernatural excitement in their lives!

Adolphus Pringle lived a relatively normal life before he met Henry Hunter, but being the best friend of a twelve-year-old millionaire genius certainly makes life interesting. He has accompanied Henry on adventures all over the world and encountered dozens of supernatural creatures. Henry has a penchant for paranormal mysteries, and he never fails to drag his trusty sidekick, Dolf, into adventures to track down the truth in these mystical legends.

Henry announces one morning that he and Dolf are going to go in search of a creature more terrifying than Dracula himself: the Beast of Snagov. The pair of supernatural investigators travel from where Bram Stoker stayed in Whitby to Transylvania. Along the way, they come across some strange things such as Dracula’s daughter, Bella, and an organization called the Order of the Dragon that wants to sacrifice Henry Hunter to the Beast of Snagov.


When Henry is taken, it’s up to Dolf and Bella to team up and rescue him! Will Henry survive this supernatural adventure? Get ready to discover the world of the supernatural through the eyes of our spooked narrator as he tags along on the first adventure in the Henry Hunter series!

About the Author:
John Matthews is an historian, folklorist, and author. He has produced more than ninety books on Arthurian legends and grail studies. He has devoted much of the past thirty years to the study of Arthurian traditions and myth in general. He lives in Oxford, England.



2 comments:

  1. This sounds like a fun series. Thanks for the heads up.

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  2. I haven't seen this one. I'll have to see if I can hunt a copy down. Have you nominated for the Cybils award? Only two days left! http://www.cybils.com/2016/10/and-go-cybils-nominations-are-open.html

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