Hocking, Joseph

“Weapons of Mystery” is a singularly powerful story of occult influences and of their execution for evil purposes. Like all …

“Mr Hocking’s novels have been compared to those of Thomas Hardy, Hall Caine, Baring-Gould, and Stanley Weyman; they are, …

Frank Erskine is just at the start of his career when he is given less than a year to live. He moves from London to the Cornish coast …

“All of us long for forbidden fruit. This may explain why Alison Neville, of Neville Priory, desired to enter a Nonconformist …