A dark and horrifying tale of Druidism, madness and murder.
The Oaks is an idyllic, up-market country club – but its ornately carved walls hides a horrific past. Sixty years ago the house was an asylum, home to crazed psychopaths. One night all of them disappeared, never to be seen again. Jack Reed, the owner of The Oaks, has no idea about the building's terrible history. It is only when Jack's son is dragged into the walls of the mansion that he realizes what happened sixty years ago – and just where the inmates have been living all this time . . .
Praise for Walkers
"[A] quite effective horror novel. . . . Readers who fancy unrestrained terror won't mind indulging in the wild suspension of disbelief that Masterton (Mirror) demands." --Publishers Weekly