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The Winning Side: Time Hunter - Book 2
The Tunnel at the End of the Light
The Cabinet of Light: Time Hunter, Book 1
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Time Hunter Series

Geschrieben von Daniel O'Mahoney, Claire Bott, Jon de Burgh Miller und

Erzählt von Terry Molloy, John Leeson, Mary Tamme und

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Honoré and Emily find themselves in a parallel timestream where their alternate selves think nothing of changing history to improve the quality of life - especially their own. Honoré has been recently haunted by the death of his mother, an event which happened in his childhood, but now there seems to be a way to reverse that event ... but at what cost? When faced with two of the most dangerous people they have ever encountered, Honoré and Emily must make some decisions with far-reaching consequences. Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space.
SpracheEnglish
Erscheinungsdatum1. Sept. 2019
The Winning Side: Time Hunter - Book 2
The Tunnel at the End of the Light
The Cabinet of Light: Time Hunter, Book 1

Titel in dieser Serie (9)

  • The Cabinet of Light: Time Hunter, Book 1
    The Cabinet of Light: Time Hunter, Book 1
    The Cabinet of Light: Time Hunter, Book 1

    Honoré Lechasseur, a "fixer" with time-sensitive abilities, is hired by Emily Blandish to find someone known only as Doctor Smith. He soon discovers that Doctor Smith is a legendary figure that has drifted in and out of Earth's history. As he follows the trail of Doctor Smith, questions arise: what is the Doctor's connection with 1949 London and with the mysterious "cabinet of light" that another group is seeking?

  • The Winning Side: Time Hunter - Book 2
    The Winning Side: Time Hunter - Book 2
    The Winning Side: Time Hunter - Book 2

    The Winning Side: Time Hunter. Emily is dead! Killed by an unknown assailant. Honore Lechasseur is called to identify the body, but who should arrive there as well, but Emily! Honore and Emily find themselves caught up in a plot reaching from the future to their past, and with their very existence, not to mention the future of the entire world, at stake, can they unravel the mystery before it's too late?

  • The Tunnel at the End of the Light
    The Tunnel at the End of the Light
    The Tunnel at the End of the Light

    Synopsis: In the heart of post-war London, a bomb is discovered lodged at a disused station between Green Park and Hyde Park Corner. The bomb detonates, and as the dust clears, it becomes apparent that something has been awakened. Strange half-human creatures attack the workers at the site, hungrily searching for anything containing sugar . . . Meanwhile, Honoré and Emily are contacted by eccentric poet Randolph Crest, who believes himself to be the target of these subterranean creatures. The ensuing investigation brings Honoré and Emily up against a terrifying force from deep beneath the earth, and one which even with their combined powers, they may have trouble stopping. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stefan Petrucha has been a professional writer of comics, novels and scripts for well over a decade. His first vampire novel, Dark Ages: Assamite is just being reprinted, having attracted rave reviews and quickly selling out its first print run. Petrucha is the writer and creator of such comic book characters as Squalor, Meta-4, Counterparts and The Bandy Man.  He has also scripted over a hundred comic book adventures for Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck for Egmont Publishing in Denmark, which have been published in more than thirty-five languages. He currently writes dark fantasy novels for White Wolf Publishing and comic books for Moonstone Books and his latest comic, Kolchak: Devil in the Details, is already being hailed as a classic in the series. www.petrucha.com ABOUT THE READER: Mary Tamm graduated from RADA, and made her television debut in the series The Donati Conspracy. Her early television credits include Coronation Street, Public Eye and Return Of The Saint, and on film she appeared in The Likely Lads and The Odessa File, before being cast as the icy Time Lady companion Romana, opposite Tom Baker, in Doctor Who. Since leaving the show Tamm's career has continued to flourish on stage and screen, encompassing such productions as Bergerac, Agatha Christie: Poirot, Heartbeat, Holby City, Jonathan Creek, Wire In The Blood and regular parts in both Brookside (as Penny Crosbie) and the BBC drama Paradise Heights. In 2009 the film Doghouse was released in which Mary stars alongside Danny Dyer and Noel Clark. www.marytamm.com.

  • The Clockwork Woman: Time Hunter - Book 4
    The Clockwork Woman: Time Hunter - Book 4
    The Clockwork Woman: Time Hunter - Book 4

    Synopsis: Honoré and Emily find themselves imprisoned in the 19th Century by a celebrated inventor … but help comes from an unexpected source – a humanoid automaton created by, and to give pleasure to, its owner. As the trio escape to London, they are unprepared for what awaits them, and at every turn it seems impossible to avert what fate may have in store for the Clockwork Woman. Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Claire Bott is a journalist, currently working full time as a staff writer on Publishing News magazine. She used to be a performance poet, before realising there was no money in it and opting to be a hack instead. She quickly found out there was no money in journalism either, but by then she was hooked and it was too late. She wrote for The Independent, Men's Health and Comics International before settling down at Publishing News. The Clockwork Woman is her first book. ABOUT THE READER: Tracey has just finished a sell-out run playing Martha to Matthew Kelly’s George in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at London’s Trafalgar Studios. Tracey is best known for playing Lynne Howard in the popular eighties drama Howards’ Way, and Linda Cosgrove in the long running Born and Bred. Theatre credits include The New Vic’s production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Great Gatsby, Sybil in Private Lives, Stepping Out, No Sex Please, We’re British, Why Me?, The Hollow and The Unexpected Guest. Television work includes Prometheus, playing Rose in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The Devil’s Crown, The Amazing Affair of Adelaide Harris, Strangers, Landseer- Working Out The Beast, playing Marianne in Sense and Sensibility, Bergerac, Jane Eyre, Captain Zep, A Talent for Murder, As Seen on TV and Dempsey and Makepeace.

  • Kitsune: Time Hunter - Book 5
    Kitsune: Time Hunter - Book 5
    Kitsune: Time Hunter - Book 5

    Synopsis: In the year 2020, Honoré Lechasseur and Emily Blandish find themselves thrown into a mystery as an ice spirit wreaks havoc during the Kyoto’s Gion Festival, and a haunted funhouse proves to contain more than just paper lanterns and wax dummies. But what does all this have to do with the elegant owner of the Hide and Chic fashion chain... and to the legendary Japanese fox-spirits, the Kitsune? Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: John Paul Catton lives and works in Tokyo, where he teaches English language and literature. He has worked freelance for various magazines in Japan, the UK and the USA, including Metropolis, Tokyo Eye Ai and The London Time Out Guide to Tokyo. His short fiction and comic strips have appeared in 'Roadworks', 'Terror Tales', 'Xenos' among others, and he has a regular column appear in the magazine 'The Third Alternative' ABOUT THE READER: Terry Molloy is an experience radio and television actor. Most notably he is best known as Mike Tucker in BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’, while on television he played the Doctor’s evil nemesis Davros during the 1980s! He has also recently appeared on BBC 7 in the role of Professor Edward Dunning in ‘The Scarifyers’ produced by Cosmic Hobo Productions.

  • The Severed Man: Time Hunter - Book 6
    The Severed Man: Time Hunter - Book 6
    The Severed Man: Time Hunter - Book 6

    What links a clutch of sinister murders in Victorian London, an angel appearing in a Staffordshire village in the 1920s and a small boy running loose around the capital in 1950? When Honoré and Emily encounter a man who appears to have been cut out of time, they think they have the answer. But soon enough they discover that the mystery is only just beginning and that nightmares can turn into reality. Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space.

  • Peculiar Lives: Time Hunter - Book 7
    Peculiar Lives: Time Hunter - Book 7
    Peculiar Lives: Time Hunter - Book 7

    PECULIAR LIVES. SYNOPSIS: "From the pen of Mr Erik Clevedon, Peculiar Lives is another 'scientific romance' along the lines of The Coming Times and The Star Beasts. Exotic colour is added by the character of an American Negro detective, Honoré Lechasseur, and his delightful English companion Miss Blandish." Once a celebrated author of 'scientific romances', Erik Clevedon is an old man now. But his fiction conceals a dangerous truth, as Honoré Lechasseur and Emily Blandish discover after a chance encounter with a strangely gifted young pickpocket. Born between the Wars, the superhuman children known as 'the Peculiar' are reaching adulthood – and they believe that humanity is making a poor job of looking after the world they plan to inherit... Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Philip Purser-Hallard has written science fiction, criticism, comedy sketches and an inordinate number of emails. His first novel, Of the City of the Saved…, was published in 2004. His other published works include short fiction in The Book of the War, A Life Worth Living and Wildthyme on Top. A long-term reader, fan and critic of science fiction, he gained his doctorate from Oxford University by writing on The Relationship between Creator and Creature in Science Fiction. This thesis, which examined the work of Olaf Stapledon, George Bernard Shaw and HG Wells among others, earned him the right to put the very appropriate initials ‘MA D Phil’ after his name. He has been employed as a tutor, secretary, church caretaker and researcher for the revised edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. You can find out more about Philip and Peculiar Lives on his website www.infinitarian.com. ABOUT THE READER: John Leeson starred in over 60 episodes of classic Doctor Who as mechanical hound K9. He has since returned to the role in several audio adventures as well as the new series of Doctor Who alongside David Tennent and Elisabeth Sladen in School Reunion and Journey's End, with regular appearances in The Sarah-Jane Adventures and his very own spin off series. Directed by Cliff Chapman.

  • Deus Le Volt: 1098
    Deus Le Volt: 1098
    Deus Le Volt: 1098

    DEUS LE VOLT. SYNOPSIS: "Deus Le Volt!" ... "God Wills It!" The cry of the first Crusade in 1098, despatched by Pope Urban to free Jerusalem from the Turks. Honoré and Emily are plunged into the middle of the conflict on the trail of what appears to be a time travelling knight. As the siege of Antioch draws to a close, so death haunts the blood-soaked streets ... and the Fendahl – a creature that feeds on life itself – is summoned. Honoré and Emily find themselves facing angels and demons in a battle to survive their latest adventure. Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jon de Burgh Miller lives in London where, in addition to writing, he runs an internet consultancy company and is a keen student of medieval history. Jon’s previous work includes the novel Doctor Who: Dying in the Sun for BBC Books, co-authoring Twilight of the Gods for Virgin Publishing’s New Adventures series, as well as several short stories in collections such as Missing Pieces and Short Trips: Repercussions. Over the years Jon has written for several cult TV magazines including The Official Xena: Warrior Princess Magazine, Doctor Who Magazine and Cult Times, as well as numerous fanzine articles. Jon also co-edits and writes for the pop culture review site, shinyshelf.co.uk. ABOUT THE READER: Terry Molloy is an experienced radio and television actor. Most notably he is best known as Mike Tucker in BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’, while on television he played the Doctor’s evil nemesis Davros during the 1980s! He has also recently appeared on BBC 7 in the role of Professor Edward Dunning in ‘The Scarifyers’ produced by Cosmic Hobo Productions. Directed by Helen Oakleigh.

  • The Sideways Door: Timehunter - Book 11
    The Sideways Door: Timehunter - Book 11
    The Sideways Door: Timehunter - Book 11

    Honoré and Emily find themselves in a parallel timestream where their alternate selves think nothing of changing history to improve the quality of life - especially their own. Honoré has been recently haunted by the death of his mother, an event which happened in his childhood, but now there seems to be a way to reverse that event ... but at what cost? When faced with two of the most dangerous people they have ever encountered, Honoré and Emily must make some decisions with far-reaching consequences. Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction... original adventures in time and space.

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