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Hekla's Children by James Brogden

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A decade ago teacher Nathan Brookes watched four of his students walk up a hill and vanish. Only one returned – Olivia – starved, terrified, and with no memory of where she’d been.

Now a body bearing similarities to one of the missing children has been found in the same woodland where they disappeared all those years ago. What at first seemed like a new clue is soon identified as a Bronze Age warrior, nothing more than an archaeological curiosity. But as Nathan starts to find himself plagued with terrifying visions of the students, he can’t shake the feeling that there’s something more to the discovery of the dead warrior.

Then Olivia shows up, half-mad and determined to do whatever it takes to return the body to the earth, because he is the only thing keeping a terrible secret at bay…

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