Judith Hood - When Phoebe Dances

I have recently published a book which centres around 3 years of my life, 13 years ago, during which time I became Landlady of the William Boosey in Hatfield Peverel.

For anyone who has a love of the Paranormal this book is for you. After reading about the ghosts in the pub you might never look at it in the same way again. The pub stories are only half of the tale which includes the battle to keep my business and my struggles dealing with the paranormal occurrences going on in my life.

If you wish to purchase the book it is available from my website https://judithhood.co.uk/when-phoebe-dances/ or the kindle version is on Amazon.

It is £9.99 on the website which includes postage or if you would prefer that I deliver it to you in Hatfield Peverel or locally it will be £8.00 cash on delivery.

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