International Author Releases 'The Beast of St John's Cove'

International Author Releases 'The Beast of St John's Cove'

The legend says that St. Bedric slew the griffin and gave prosperity to all the Christian people of the area. It is written that keeping the faith and remembering the griffin will maintain wealth and happiness for all. But does it? In truth the legend becomes the excuse for wholesale slaughter, degradation and enslavement. By pure chance one man, who should have died, finds himself the only survivor of an inhuman massacre. An all-consuming evil has engulfed St John's Cove leaving only this one living human to solve the riddle.

Evan snatches the beautiful Rebecca from the very jaws of death and the two learn to love and trust each other. Pulling himself through all manner of adversity he is forced to save not only himself but also his attractive new bride. Discovering a black monk in the ghostly silence of the deserted village they tend his injuries but instead of thanks he demands the removal of the human heads from the avenue of death. The monk believes in their quest but nothing must interfere with the destruction of the evil force that holds the Cove in its grip. The monk has his own agenda and forces the good to face the evil.

The Beast of St. John's Cove is available in both print and ebook format.

Mr. Johnson is also the author of the Bill Reyner Mystery Adventure series, including titles such as "Magnuscarter" and "The Mermaid."

Book Information:
The Beast of St John's Cove
Author: Wentworth M. Johnson
Publisher: I & W Johnson Books
ISBN: 978-1491075395
Published: August 2013
Pages: 216

About The Author:
Wentworth M. Johnson (born 1939) is a Canadian writer. He was born in March, Cambridgeshire, England. W.M. Johnson is the great grandson of William Edward Bourne 1850-1925 (Playwright, dramatist and theatrical producer). Johnson has published newspaper and magazine articles, as well as a number of fiction and non-fiction books.

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