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Another Place To Die

Another Place To Die: The Endtime Chronicles
Completely New Edition finally available in print and kindle /Q & A with the authors
A new version of this classic pandemic novel is out. It has undergone a radical rethink

A city is gripped by fear as a lethal virus approaches from the East. No one knows how many are dying. People are scared of being thrown into quarantine. Best friends Kira and Liz once parted are scared they will never see each other again. Teen lovers, Chris and Rachel, prepare to escape to the islands, to wait it out. Kira hears rumours of people going from island to island burning and looting. Prophet Arnold's Church of Final Redemption promises salvation to all those who believe, but what kind of life awaits the survivors? Once a virus takes hold, chaos reigns. If you flee - how do you know you aren't taking it with you? Where is safe exactly? Another Place To Die (Extract) - Don't take the cure ...

Review from the First Edition:  
'Beautiful, plausible, and sickeningly addictive, Another Place to Die will terrify you, thrill you, and make you petrified of anyone who comes near you...'
Roxy Williams - Amazon.co.uk
   
MAGENTA - One man's search for the daughter who believes him dead

Based on a tragic real life event, Magenta flees from an arson attack on her home only to stumble into something even more sinister. Meanwhile her real father, is searching for her with the aide of the girl who can read objects. A haunting tale from the wilds of the Lincolnshire coast.
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‘Long after my tears dried, my heart stayed with Magenta, Starfish Boy and the strange girl who read objects.’ CT 

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