Out of Service (a supernatural comedy about a dysfunctional family of ghost hunters – Stranger Things meets Little Miss Sunshine)
Gabby Hutchinson Crouch
A supernatural comedy adventure about a family of ghost hunters – Stranger Things meets Little Miss Sunshine
After the events in Coldbay where they sealed the hell hole, Lucy is trying to learn more about it and how to save Murzzzz from eternal damnation. Yes, he’s a demon and all, but he’s also a part of the family. Lucy’s turned to her diocese for guidance but they’ve gone strangely quiet so she persuades the Rooks to drive there so they can sort this out.
On the way, they realise something is incredibly wrong with a motorway service station – it’s empty except for lingering, sad ghosts and… oh no, another hell hole has opened up and sucked in a load of people. They know they need to stay until they can rescue them and close it down, but not before they’ve done everything in their collective power to rescue Murzzzz. After all, one man’s hellhole is a family of ghost-hunter’s opportunity to save their demon friend. That’s the expression, right?
Praise for Gabby Hutchison Crouch
‘Gabby is one of the funniest writers I know.’ Sarah Millican
‘Very funny. If you like Terry Pratchett, or think gothic fairytales should have more LOLs, ’tis the book for ye.’ Greg Jenner
‘Pratchetty fun for all the family.’ Lucy Porter
‘Magical, surprising and funny.’ Jan Ravens