Jacket design by Gavin L. O'Keefe


 Norman Berrow

On February 8th, 1855, the quaint countryside villages of Devon were visited by the devil. At least that’s how legend has it, with prints in the snow of a meandering creature with two hooves. But it wasn’t until 1950 that New Zealander Norman Berrow told the whole story of the satanic visit, and this time the hoofprints bring murder! Luckily, the modern inhabitants of the village of Steeple Thelming have Detective-Inspector Lancelot Carolus Smith to aid them in their search for the truth behind the prints in the snow. And thanks to Gavin L. O’Keefe, modern readers need not merely imagine where the meandering hoofprints lead; they can consult the handy Dell-like map on the back of the jacket. Bravo, Gavin! $18.00


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