edited by I. E. Kneverday
Cross over into a world where the mischievous gods, goddesses, monsters, and heroes of Celtic mythology live among us, intermingling with unsuspecting mortals and stirring up mayhem in cities and towns on both sides of the Atlantic, from Limerick and Edinburgh to Montreal and Boston.
THE WOBURN CHRONICLES
I. E. Kneverday
Shape-shifting leprechauns (1919). Mad scientist-sorcerers (1979). Haunted pine groves (2009). In Woburn, they’ve all been chronicled. A collection of three (interconnected) short stories, The Woburn Chronicles mixes historical fiction and urban fantasy, with a dash of Boston-Irish wit thrown in for good measure.
“The stories are a perfect balance of history/culture, deep characters and spooky developments … A terrific read that you can finish off in an hour or two.” -David (customer review)