This book is bargain priced from 06/01/2014 until 06/07/2014
The hunched figure sat on a three legged wooden stool, hooded head leaning over the container.
Eyes unblinking, it peered intently into the murky miasma. Hands were raised and sleeves folded carefully back, before fingers were waved over the bowl in intricate patterns. At the same time, whispered incantations passed from tight, dry lips, attempting to invoke the aid of some otherworldly power…
Ollie and his crew are back! The Fibulan Museum has been burglarised and our intrepid detectives are appointed to solve the mystery, but they soon discover that this is no ordinary crime. During the course of their investigations, they find themselves undertaking a quest of quite literally epic proportions, in the hope that they will stave off disaster and avoid seeing Mrs. Ladle’s legs.
Can they defeat the forces of darkness?
Can they survive their treacherous journey?
Can Flug have an intelligent thought without having a stroke? Of course he can’t, but at least it builds up the tension.
Cup and Sorcery is the second book in the Skullenia Novel series.
Targeted Age Group: All ages
Book Price: $0.99
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About the Author:
Tony Lewis was born in Cardiff, South Wales in 1967. After finishing school he, like many authors, has had a series of differing and varied jobs including working in a warehouse and as a police officer.
He is married. His wife is an ex nurse, who designs and paints his book covers. He has a son and two stepchildren and lives in Kent, UK.
His novels are a mixture of the supernatural combined with a healthy dose of extreme silliness.
When asked what inspired him to write he said “I was unable to find the laugh out loud, daft joke type story that I wanted to read, so I wrote my own.”
He is pleased and proud to now be with publisher CREATIVIA, so check out their site at www.creativia.org where links to his books and other great novels can be found.
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If you’ve been kind enough to read any of his books and enjoyed them, then a review would be great.