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In this thrilling, much-anticipated sequel to the runaway hitShadowmancer, G. P. Taylor once again takes listeners on a gripping journey. Kate and Thomas have barely escaped the evil sorcerer Demurral, and are sailing to London to make a fresh start. But someone knows they are coming, and is lying in wait to lure them into the darkest heart of the city.Meanwhile, Raphah, who has had a narrow escape of his own, sets out on a terrifying journey to find his friends, all the time haunted by a shadowy beast.Eventually, the friends' paths meet on a cursed street, hidden from the world - a place where fates are decided and old enemies seek revenge.They thought it was over...but can evil ever be destroyed?
A contemporary version of the story of David and Bathsheba. When David Samuel, chairman of Globe Oil, a multinational oil company, becomes a widower, his world is turned upside down. His old friend, Nathan - also a work colleague - and his wife have provided support and care for him, as has his friend and colleague, Rich Hampton. Rich has recently married the beautiful Beth. Then David notices a beautiful girl on a train and is very attracted to her. Later it becomes devastatingly clear that this is the new Mrs Hampton. David plans to get Rich out of the way by sending him on an assignment abroad, and begins an affair with his wife; but Beth becomes pregnant. When conscientious Rich won't return home, there's only one solution in David's mind. he has Rich murdered. Played against a strong backdrop of good supporting characters (including Beth's sister, Cerys, whose husband has an affair and leaves her), Beth ultimately loses the baby. But David has an epiphany; fasting for the child and the woman he loves, he meets with God. He is a chastened and changed man. Beth too has her own experience with God, and throws herself into charitable work. At the end, they come together again, different, but still in love.
Maria Mundi and the Ship of Fools is the incredible final book in G. P. Taylor's Mariah Mundi trilogy. They haven't found the bomb - the ship will explode in twenty hours. Mariah Mundi and Jack Charity are sailing to America on the magnificent ship Triton, the biggest and fastest steam cruiser the world has ever seen. This is no pleasure cruise - Triton is racing the ship Ketos for a prize that people will kill for: gold. Mariah and Jack have been sent by the secretive Bureau of Antiquities to protect the precious cargo. But who will protect Mariah from the assassin who stalks him? Who is behind the plot to blow up Triton? And can he trust Biba DeFeux the strange teenage girl whose billionaire father owns the ship? Trapped in the middle of the ocean with a bomb ticking somewhere on the ship, will this be Mariah's last adventure? Airships, villains and a ghost from the past make this G. P. Taylor's most gripping adventure yet. Dare you read it? 'Still mourning Harry Potter? G.P. Taylor will take you right back to a world of fantasy and fun. Fast-paced adventure without a moment to lose - the ideas and imagery are unmatched by any other writer.' New York Times
Can there ever be two Mr Rights? And when everything in your life goes wrong, can anything ever be right again? Rosie Jacobs is devastated by the loss of her young husband but on a journey of self discovery and hope the New York girl finds love second time around in the most unlikely of settings. Rosie: Note To Self is an uplifting romantic comedy with themes of loyalty, courage and compassion, set in New York, Oxfordshire and Northumberland. This is the first in the Lipstick Confessions series written by Claire Connor and New York Times bestselling author GP Taylor who has been heralded as 'the new CS Lewis'. 'I thoroughly enjoyed Rosie and read it in one sitting - I literally could not put it down finally finishing at three in the morning. This book will fly off the shelf!' - Julie Jowett, High Street Retailer
There is never a dull moment for Mariah Mundi living in the Prince Regent Hotel. But catastrophe strikes when three eminent visitors spontaneously combust at a hotel party. Just a freak of nature or a cleverly plotted murder? When hotel owner Captain Charity is arrested on suspicion of murder, Mariah Mundi and his friend Sacha must find the truth urgently to save both the Captain and the hotel. Could the answer lie in the mythical Ghost Diamonds?
Introducing the eagerly anticipated third novel from G. P. Taylor. His second novel, Wormwood , and his first, Shadowmancer , hailed by The Times as the 'biggest event in children's fiction since Harry Potter ', were instant bestsellers. London is living through one of its darkest times - a comet has just missed the Earth, leaving the city in chaos and the people fearing an apocalypse. Tersias, a blind boy oracle, has predicted the comet and sees visions of the future through the darkness. As Tersias's powers strengthen, people who seek to use them are drawn from the shadows; Malachi, a charlatan magician, Jonah, a desperate highwayman and Lord Malpas, a keeper of mysterious powers. But none of them are aware of a much darker force that torments Tersias's soul ...
When a meteor strikes London, its inhabitants are devastated. It's not long before corrupt individuals start taking advantage of the disaster and, with the city lying in ruins, nothing seems certain to those who dwell there. In only they knew that, held captive and tucked away in an attic in the city, there is an angel. An angel who fell to earth with the meteor, whose only hope lies in the friendship of a servant girl named Agetta. For in this dark time of treachery and deceit, escape is not likely to come easily.