What would you do for love?
Would you kill? Would you die?
Would you give up your soul?
British soldier, Dr James Sharpe, returned from Afghanistan a changed man. But unlike other ex-soldiers, his demons are real.
Transformed on a desert battlefield, James Sharpe is now a vampire.
London artist, Gabriel Dare, has his own secrets – like who he really is, and the ghosts he used to see.
When some of his street friends go missing, Gabriel discovers that London is full of monsters – real, vicious, otherworldly monsters.
Risking all for love, James and Gabriel join a clairvoyant cop and an unusual Earl to uncover the truth; for it seems the vampire who sired James is back in London – with a diabolical agenda that threatens an entire nation.
Buy Ravenfall in paperback!
- Ravenfall (Amazon.com)
- Ravenfall (Amazon UK)
- Ravenfall (Barnes and Noble)
- Ravenfall (Angus and Robertson)
- Ravenfall (Book Depository)
- Ravenfall (Booktopia)
Ebook coming in October.
COMING in NOVEMBER
Sherlock Holmes: The Australian Casebook
Sherlock Holmes: The Australian Casebook is due out in hardcover in November 2017, but the cover was recent revealed along with the list of contributors and the editor, Christopher Sequeira.
Bonnier Publishing’s blurb on the fully illustrated anthology says:
It’s 1890. Holmes’s fame has spread even to the colonies, and he and his stalwart chronicler Watson are swept up in an array of mysteries Down Under. They find themselves summoned from place to place, dealing with exciting and unique mysteries in every corner of this strange island continent.
All the stories are original and are set in Australia. My contribution, ‘The Mystery of the Miner’s Wife’, is set in Ballarat. I’m so excited to be in the company of Lucy Sussex, LJM Owen, Kaaron Warren, Steve Cameron, Jason Franks, Kerry Greenwood and others.
Keep an eye out here or at Bonnier’s imprint, Echo Publishing, for more news closer to the release date.
Coming in April 2018! Sherlock Holmes in modern Melbourne!
My Sherlock Holmes Alternative Universe story, “The Problem of the Three Journals”, has been accepted for Volume 2 of The Baker Street Irregulars anthology, published by Diversion Books.
Here’s Volume One: Baker Street Irregulars: Thirteen Authors With New Takes on Sherlock Holmes
“Three Journals” is set in modern Melbourne; John Watson is former army medic, now a barista with a fine moustache and a penchant for vintage suits. He co-owns The SIgn of Four cafe with his flatmate Sherlock Holmes, a perpetual science student (and violinist for the indie band The Devil’s Foot). They are a pair of savvy Melbourne hipsters who solve mysteries in between pouring shots.
The anthology is currently scheduled for an April 2018 release.