- Author:Philip Caveney
- Publisher:St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (July 17, 1978)
- Pages:213 pages
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Philip Caveney was born in North Wales in 1951. Published Works for Adults. The Sins Of Rachel Ellis: St Martin’s Press/ Robert Hale/Berkeley Press. a spine chilling debut.
Philip Caveney was born in North Wales in 1951. The son of an RAF officer, he spent much of his childhood travelling the length and breadth of Britain and spent several years in Malaysia and Singapore. He attended the Kelsterton College Of Art where he obtained a diploma in Graphic Design. – Doubleday Book Club magazine Tiger Tiger – ‘ St Martin’s Press/Granada . n intriguing tale of rivalry and honour ‘– Flintshire Chronicle The Tarantula Stone – Granada - ‘breathtaking action.
Since she knows Rachel Ellis is very old, Pandora is surprised when she meets a youthful woman who doesn't look more than forty years old. Naturally inquisitive, Pandora sets out to explore the surrounding countryside, only to discover that her aunt is feared by the local townspeople. Naturally inquisitive, Pandora sets out to explore the surrounding countryside, only to discover that her aunt is feared by the local townspeople because of her inexplicable youth and because her strange gardener, Ewen, has an eerie, seductive power over the village women.
After this summer, Pandora will never be the same. The Sins of Rachel Ellis by Philip Caveney is a novel of inescapable terror-the explosive story of a child's soul in peril. Connect with the author.
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Published Works for AdultsThe Sins Of Rachel Ellis: St Martin’s Press/ Robert Hale/Berkeley Press. – Doubleday Book Club magazineTiger Tiger – ‘ St Martin’s Press/Granada . n intriguing tale of rivalry and honour ‘– Flintshire ChronicleThe Tarantula Stone – Granada - ‘breathtaking action.
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After his nightmarish adventures in Mary King's Close in Crow Boy, Tom Afflick is drawn back to Edinburgh. At the National Museum of Scotland, he sees the eight tiny coffins that were discovered on Arthur's Seat in 1836 - one of the city's most intriguing mysteries. When Tom Afflick heads back to Edinburgh to stay with his mother and her partner, Hamish, he begins to think that he has finally come to terms with the breakup of his parent's marriage - but a sudden accident on a country road sends him tumbling once more, headlong into the past. This time, the book he is reading serves as the catalyst for his adventure. The book is Treasure Island.
Город: Birmingham, UKПодписчиков: 10 ты. себе: Writer, journalist, cutie. Bylines: ishGQ Vogue pendent @MTV epeller.