It almost seems too good to be true, but with no good reason to turn down that kind of money, they decide to humor Capshaw. Everything seems fine, at first, but as the search for this relic continues the events begin to spiral into a course that will lead to certain disaster.
Capshaw is not everything he appears to be, and the historian he hired
to help Joe and his team is as sinister as they come. Joe and his team
seek the help of Lucius Doberman, a flamboyant professor from Oxford,
and together they unravel the secrets, and discover that their lives
hang in the balance at the hands of historian Walter Graves.
Glastonbury is a story that starts off with Joe and his crew ready to embark upon another project. You feel their excitement at embarking on this new
project, however odd it may be. You feel it as the little clues pop up
causing each of them to begin to doubt that everything is as it seems.
Bit by bit, it pulls you in, just one more page, just one more chapter,
and before you know it the whole thing is unfolding towards the epic
Brian L. Porter has created a gem of a novel in Glastonbury. It is among his best yet, and a story that is both realistic and epic in its scope. It is chock full of unforgettable characters, and vivid scenes. If there is one book worth buying this year then it is Glastonbury.
While the ghosts of past warriors do battle still, with ethereal swords and fading battle cries; herein lies, guns, sex, murders and gangsters are proving that Glastonbury is not the quiet corner of England that it is made out to be!
--Graeme S. Houston, CEO, Mythica Publishing