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Dance of the Dwarfs

Geoffrey Household

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Fiction, Thriller / suspense

A tale of nightmare set at the edge of the Amazonian jungle - 'A superb horror story' - New York Times

At the edge of the Amazonian jungle, Dr Owen Dawnay has set up an agricultural station. It's a remote place, isolated from the world, and home to a group of half-Indian cattlemen.

Dawnay is puzzled by the cattlemen's apparent fear of the dark. Until he learns of the elusive dwarfs who are supposed to dance among the trees by moonlight. His scientific brain urges him to confront the unknown, but Dawnay has entered a realm of nightmare, one that science cannot explain...

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Geoffrey Household

Geoffrey Household served in British Intelligence during World War II in Greece and the Middle East. He was a prolific novelist and published an autobiography in 1958. He married twice and had a son and two daughters. He died in Oxfordshire in 1988.

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