Writer Jean Rafferty's latest novel, Foul Deeds Will Rise, is out now.
It was published by Wild Wolf in 2019.
Rafferty is an award winning journalist whose first two works of fiction were both nominated for literary prizes.
This book is about satanist ritual abuse and, controversially, is set in Orkney. The beautiful landscapes and Neolithic monuments form a backdrop to the story, but so too does the scandal of 1991, when social workers removed a number of children from their families because of alleged satanist abuse.
Midsummer Night is not always a delightful Dream...
'Foul Deeds Will Rise is as dark and menacing as Hamlet. It is horrifying until it becomes plausible.'
Edmund White, author of The Farewell Symphony and winner of 1918 PEN/Faulkner Award for Achievement in American Fiction.
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