17 Dec. 2020
Fionn The Reviver (A Legend of Tara Book 1)
After his family is taken prisoner, the young mouse warrior Fionn travels to the vast land of Tara. There, he learns that he is destined to save Tara from the evil falcon, Lord Malus, and his army of rats, weasels, and falcons. Determined to save Tara and his family, Fionn undertakes a quest, making powerful and loyal friends, and facing dangerous challenges along the way.
Alizeh, the girl who carries a storm inside her
Genève, the fae who has had enough
And Trixie, the girl who can see evil.
Zeek is a powerful wizard who finds himself wrapped up in the destiny of all three.
One that carried his son, is now an evil queen. Another is a runaway and the last may be completely insane.
There are realms where magic is real, demons haunt your dreams, and trolls can save the day.
A war is coming that will break the barrier between dimensions. Only these three women have the ability to fix the division of realms, and they will find their lives changed forever.
A seven-year-old Charlie stared at her father lying dead before her, she is holding the smoking gun – What’s the mystery surrounding the lives of Charlie Black and Oliver Diamond both ‘Now’ and ‘Then’? Set amidst exciting locations, a tale of revenge, family secrets, friendships, hustles, and bitcoins.
When Harald hangs back to assist Selia, a beautiful Frisian woman, his path turns perilous. Newfound enemies, retainers of Robert the Devil, Duke of Normandy, pursue them. Harald, Selia, and their companions fail to rendezvous with King Cnute, and are forced to travel cross-country on horseback. If Duke Robert’s plan to assassinate Cnute succeeds, an invasion of Engla-lond will follow.
Can Harald and Selia reach Rome in time to warn the King?
The second gripping novel in the New York Times bestselling Thursday Murder Club series, soon to be a major motion picture from Steven Spielberg at Amblin Entertainment
“It’s taken a mere two books for Richard Osman to vault into the upper leagues of crime writers… THE MAN WHO DIED TWICE. . . dives right into joyous fun.”