Joshua Cross and the Queen's Conjuror by Diane Redmond
  

Joshua Cross and the Queen's Conjuror

Written by Diane Redmond
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Synopsis

Joshua Cross and the Queen's Conjuror by Diane Redmond

Joshua Cross's enemy, Leirtod, is back with a vengeance Swept back to 1590s London and placed in the care of Dr Dee, the Queen's Conjuror, mathematician, astrologer, and occasional dabbler in the occult, Joshua soon discovers that his friend Dido is in mortal danger.With Dee's aid Joshua must reach her before Leirtod does and death is dealt. Dee however is surrounded by his own demons: spies set up to burn him for his Catholic sympathies.This is an action packed novel that treads the dark side of the Elizabethan court where treachery and intrigue abound.

About the Author

Diane Redmond was born and educated in Lancashire. She is a broadcaster, television script writer, playwright and author, and has written numerous books for children, including The Comic Strip Odyssey and The Greek Myths and Legends.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
208 pages

Author

Diane Redmond
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Publisher

Wizard Books an imprint of Icon Books Ltd

Publication date

13th January 2005

ISBN

9781840466195


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