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THE SECRET of the JOURNAL/#1 MORTAL FIRE

“If I could say one thing...Read this!” – Colin Dexter Emma, a young and self-contained professor of history, leaves Cambridge for a post in an exclusive university in the USA, intent on finding a long-overlooked 17th century journal. Bound within its pages are secrets that threaten to bring Emma into conflict with the present; but can she discover the truth - and will she believe it? “The sense of growing menace will have readers gripping the edge of their seats. A tense and accomplished debut blending romance with thriller.” – Fay Sampson, author of The Hunted Hare "An impressive debut for a promising new writer. One to watch." – Taylor Holden, author of Waking Ned and The Sense of Paper “I began Mortal Fire one winter evening, with a cup of hot chocolate near at hand. Within a few chapters the chocolate was ignored and had gone cold. C. F. Dunn’s vivid prose holds the reader's attention right to the riveting conclusion.” – Mel Starr, author of The Unquiet Bones
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AuthorDUNN C F
Pub Date01/05/2014
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Book One in the Secret of the Journal series
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  • ISBN 9781782641018
  • Author DUNN C F
  • Pub Date 01/05/2014
“If I could say one thing...Read this!” – Colin Dexter Emma, a young and self-contained professor of history, leaves Cambridge for a post in an exclusive university in the USA, intent on finding a long-overlooked 17th century journal. Bound within its pages are secrets that threaten to bring Emma into conflict with the present; but can she discover the truth - and will she believe it? “The sense of growing menace will have readers gripping the edge of their seats. A tense and accomplished debut blending romance with thriller.” – Fay Sampson, author of The Hunted Hare "An impressive debut for a promising new writer. One to watch." – Taylor Holden, author of Waking Ned and The Sense of Paper “I began Mortal Fire one winter evening, with a cup of hot chocolate near at hand. Within a few chapters the chocolate was ignored and had gone cold. C. F. Dunn’s vivid prose holds the reader's attention right to the riveting conclusion.” – Mel Starr, author of The Unquiet Bones