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The Ox-Files: weird & wonderful tales of Oxfordshire by Mike White

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Oxfordshire is full of the weird, wonderful & mysterious. From Faringdon to Banbury, Henley to the edge of the Cotswolds, and not forgetting Oxford itself, local author Mike White shines a light into the darkness to chill, amuse, surprise and, above all, entertain.

This 192-page book is crammed with stories, sightings, folklore, humour and the unexplained. Mike has a witty and informative style, and the tales are complemented by an array of interesting images.

The Ox-Files: weird & wonderful tales of Oxfordshire by Mike White is published on Friday October 13th, priced £9.99.

It is available from all booksellers in the county, but also direct from the publisher with a 10% discount by visiting www.carnegiepublishing.co.uk.

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