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The Star and the Strange Moon, Paperback / softback Book

The Star and the Strange Moon Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


'A sweeping tale of dark magic, artistic obsession, and a love unbound from the limits of time' Paulette KennedyA vanished star.

A haunted film. A mystery only love can unravel . . . 1968Gemma Turner once dreamed of stardom, now she's on the cusp of obscurity.

When a radical new horror film offers her the leading role, her luck looks set to change.

Until one dark night, Gemma disappears on set and is never seen again.

But this is only the beginning... Gemma has been pulled into the film itself, where the script - and the horrors within it - are more real than she ever imagined, and she must play her role perfectly if she hopes to survive. 2007Gemma Turner's disappearance is one of Hollywood's greatest mysteries - one that's captivated film student Christopher ever since he saw the infamous L'Étrange Lune for the first time.

The film is screened just once a decade, and each time there is new, impossible footage of Gemma that simply shouldn't exist.

Compelled by curiosity, Christopher dares to unravel the truth.

But answers to the film's mystery may leave him trapped by it forever... 'Be warned! The Star and the Strange Moon will cast its spell on you . . . ' Paula Brackston'A wonderfully creepy tale of ambition, loss, and the lure of an unsolved mystery' Publishers Weekly'Obsession and dark magic collide in this labyrinthine blending of horror, fantasy, romance, and a touch of mystery' Kirkus 'Prepare to be dazzled' Alma Katsu on A Witch in Time


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