The Dolocher




      The Dolocher
In 1788 the Dolocher roamed the dark streets of Dublin seeking victims from those who travelled the night alone It struck fear into the people of the city They never knew what he looked like for sure, rumours were abound of a giant black creature that could walk on hind legs and moved silently in the darkness It was said that the beast carried the soul of Thomas Olocher the crazed murderer who had taken his own life in the towers of The Black Dog prison and it carried on his murderous legacy looking for the girl who had put him in prison. New Read [ The Dolocher ] by [ European P. Douglas ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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      The Dolocher
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  • Paperback
  • 204 pages
  • The Dolocher
  • European P. Douglas
  • English
  • 16 June 2018
  • 1494372819

10 thoughts on “ The Dolocher

  1. Maureen says:

    It s to the author s credit that he managed to instil in me a fear that in the dead of night , transformed innocent shadows into something muchsinister Welcome to Dublin 1788,and the world of The Dolocher Rumours started, then quickly grew, as dreadful murders took place , that the perpetrator of these murders was a giant black beast that was able to walk on its hind legs, and also that it carried the soul of Thomas Dolocher, a crazed and vicious murderer The filthy cobbled streets It s to the author s credit that he managed to instil in me a fear that in the dead of night , transformed innocent shadows into something muchsinister Welcome to Dublin 1788,and the world of The Dolocher Rumours started, then quickly grew, as dreadful murders took place , that the perpetrator of these murders was a giant black beast that was able to walk on its hind legs, and also that it carried the soul of Thomas Dolocher, a crazed and vicious murderer The filthy cobbled streets and alleyways ...

  2. European Douglas says:

    I wrote this, totally biased.

  3. Bandit says:

    Never heard of the author before, although an interesting first name Never heard of The Dolocher either, although turns out to be a real deal, Ireland s very own Jack The Ripper Now I know This was a surprisingly good read, the author s done a great job recreating the end of 18th century Dublin and the hysteria of the brutal murders that cripples the town with fear The suspense was maintained until the very end, the characters were very interesting and compelling, particularly Mullins, the g Never heard of the author before, although an interesting first name Never heard of The Dolocher either, although turns out to be a real deal, Ireland s very own Jack The Ripper Now I know This was a surprisingly good read, the author s done a great job recreating the end of 18th century...

  4. Nev Murray says:

    I keep telling people that there are loads of sites out there that you can subscribe to which send you daily emails with recommendations for free books on them One such email I got last week suggested The Dolocher by European P Douglas I liked the look and sound of it so snapped it up It s just been proved to me again the little freebie gems you can get from time to time.It s 1788 in Dublin Thomas Olocher has just been found guilty of the horrific rape and murder of a woman in the city He I keep telling people that there are loads of sites out there that you can subscribe to which send you daily emails with recommendations for free books on them One such email I got last week suggested The Dolocher by European P Douglas I liked the look and sound of it so snapped it up It s just been proved to me again the little freebie gems you can get from time to time.It s 1788 in Dublin Thomas Olocher has just been found guilty of the horrific rape and murder of a woman in the city He is sentenced to death and sent to spend his last night in the towers of The Black Dog prison Being the coward he was he smuggled in a blade and took his own life before he could be hanged From that moment on, Dublin Is terrorised by The Dolocher, a mysterious beast on a murderous rampage Stalking the streets at night, it is said the beast hosts the soul of Olocher and it is searching out the woman who sealed his fate It falls upon Alderm...

  5. Susan says:

    1788 Dublin and Thomas Olocher, murderer, has been caught but commits suicuide before being hanged But then Dublin starts being terroised by a beast the Dolocher, is this the ghost of Olocher Alderman James takes it upon himself to catch the beast.A well written interesting read.

  6. Zane says:

    Hauntingly Good A serial killer thriller with a bit of the supernatural, The Dolocher is a smart mystery that steer you into multiple directions before you realize you are lost and never see the ending coming.

  7. Tex says:

    The Dolocher Shadow of the Dolocher and the Devil Disclaimer I was provided a copy of both books I read both books as one and decided to provide my honest review, which I have The Dolocher and The Shadow of the Dolocher are FIVE STAR Hauntingly Magnificent Mystery Thrillers The author, European P Douglas, wrote a mathematical masterpiece with an overall storyline that equaled the sum of its layered plots While there are certainly the main characters, there are secondary characters equally The Dolocher Shadow of the Dolocher and the Devil Disclaimer I was provided a copy of both books I read both books as one and decided to provide my honest review, which I have The Dolocher and The Shadow of the Dolocher are FIVE STAR Hauntingly Magnificent Mystery Thrillers The author, European P Douglas, wrote a mathematical masterpiece with an overall storyline that equaled the sum of its layered plots While there are certainly the main characters, there are secondary characters equally important by virtue of their interaction with the primary characters However, given the way the story is written, and let s not for...

  8. Ladywild says:

    I came across the author through Goodreads and I was pleasantly surprised by it The tone is appropriately grim and keeps the tone throughout punctuated with enough horror moments so that it doesn t flag nor go ...

  9. Kaylor says:

    A city lives and dies by its myths The myth of the Dolocher That is the central storyline of this novel But it is not the only storyline And while the other storylines can make it a littledifficult to get fully engrossed in the story, patience will pay off I was originally drawn to this novel because it was set in Dublin, Ireland I will freely admit that I will read anything with an Irish setting On top of that, it was set in the later 1700s, making it a historical fiction account A city lives and dies by its myths The myth of the Dolocher That is the central storyline of this novel But it is not the only storyline And while the other storylines can make it a littledifficult to get fully engrossed in the story, patience will pay off I was originally drawn to this novel because it was set in Dublin, Ireland I will freely admit that I will read anything with an Irish setting On ...

  10. Emily says:

    Thank you, European P Douglas, for giving me the opportunity to read The Dolocher.In 1788, it was rud that a giant black creature known as Dolocher, roamed the streets of Dublin, Ireland, searching for and killing its preys without mercy It was believed that Dolocher was possessed by the soul of Thomas Olocher, the serial killer, who took his own life when he was sent to the prison The Black Dog.I enjoy reading this gripping historical supernatural thriller In addition, I like the spinn Thank you, European P Douglas, for giving me the opportunity to read The Dolocher.In 1788, it was rud that a giant black creature known as Dolocher, roamed the streets of Dublin, Ireland, searching for and killing its preys without mercy It was believed that Dolocher was possessed by the soul of Thomas Olocher, th...

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