'Her gentle episodic style... and eye for humor will appeal.' - Books 'An experienced writer.....Her gentle episodic style...and eye for humour will appeal...' - BOOKS ON THURSDAY'S CHILD Torran loved Staghill, where she and her step-grandfather had lived for eighteen months. The healing woods and the wild animals that she met reached out to her, comforting her. Lyan, too, found peace in the woods where he came at night to film the animals. He was the only man Torran trusted since the day her life had been torn apart. But who is intent on harming Torran and her step-grandfather? Who is killing the deer, shooting the foxes? As the threats intensify, Torran, Lyan and the entire village are drawn into a maelstrom of fear that seems likely to engulf humans and animals alike. Joyce Stranger has established herself as a favourite with all those who love reading about the country and its wild animals. Her other novels 'The Hills Are Lonely', 'Thursday's Child' and 'A Cry on the Wind', sold out within a few months of publication.
Used availability for Joyce Stranger's The Guardians of Staghill
November 1997 : UK Hardback
March 1997 : UK Hardback
April 1998 : UK Audio Cassette
December 1997 : UK Audio Cassette