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Lawrence Harpham Murder Mysteries

Nightslade hares come out at night and feast on the nyam nyam root.  They are several times bigger than normal Calorean hares, have pointed fangs, red eyes and a bad attitude towards intruders. Through almost closed eyelids he saw a rapid movement in the grass ahead and the biggest hare he had ever seen lurched suddenly through the …

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I bought a hare at the weekend. Not a real one, of course – just a garden ornament.  I particularly wanted a hare because my children’s book Beau Garnie & the Invisimin Mine features hares throughout. I hoped it might bring inspiration when writing the next book in the trilogy. My son wanted to call the hare Septima after Beau’s hare …

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In Calorean, the main mode of transport is hare back riding. Not only does Beau get about the realm by hare, but he is also an accomplished jockey and regular competitor in the annual Calorean hare hurdles. Calorean hares Septima and Bluebell are similar to Lepus Europaeus, the native brown hare of England. This species was …

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In the magical world of Calorean, hare racing is the favoured sport. The Calorean hare hurdles run annually with Gold Chalice day the highlight of the racing year. Beau Garnie is a skilled rider and competes regularly. But he is a member of the Argan tribe where hares are housed in communal stables, given numbers …

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