- Dance of the Snow Dragon
- The Snow Queen
- Winter on the Plain of Ghosts
- The Sarsen Witch
- Alchemist's Daughter
- Tales from the Holograph Woods
- Sophie in Shadow
TALES FROM THE HOLOGRAPH WOODS
WINTER ON THE PLAIN OF GHOSTSAn epic fantasy set in India before recorded history, Winter on the Plain of Ghosts: a novel of Mohenjo-daro Winter on the Plain of Ghosts Homepage
THE SNOW QUEEN
In this reworking of the Andersen fairy tale, the magical worlds of Saami shamanism and the Kalevala coexist with the polite Victorian society of nineteenth century Scandinavia. At a time when traditional faith is challenged by modern science, the old pagan gods still haunt the northern forests.
DANCE OF THE SNOW DRAGON
Set in eighteenth century Bhutan, Dance of the Snow Dragon is based on Tibetan Buddhist accounts of the mystical journey to Shambhala, beyond the farthest snow peaks. The young monk Sangay travels with his companion, the Bon sorceress Jatsang, through a magical Himalayan landscape, encountering bandits, demons, sages and magicians.
Before he can discover his true destiny, he must battle a barbarian army laying siege to a dying king.
Sophie, in Shadow
It's 1914. Sixteen year old Sophie Pritchard, orphaned two years earlier by the sinking of the SS Titanic, is about to begin a new life in the unfamiliar world of British India. For Sophie, still devastated by her parents' death, India proves a dangerously unsettling environment. Are her terrifying experiences in Kali's temple and the Park Street cemetery hallucinations, or has she somehow been drawn back through the centuries as a witness to dark places in Calcutta's past?
Sophie it seems has become an unwilling traveler in a timeless zone where past, present and future co-exist. Kidnapping, enemy spies, and terrorist plots all play their part against the background of a world at war and growing unrest in the Indian subcontinent. Soon Sophie's powers of precognition will be called upon to help thwart a conspiracy that could incite a bloodbath in Calcutta, and deliver India into enemy hands.
Shortlisted for the 2015 BC Book Prizes (Sheila Egoff Award)
Wild Talent: a novel of the supernatural
We follow Jeannie and Alexandra as they travel from the late Victorian world of spiritualists and theosophists to the fin de siècle Paris of artists, anarchists and esoteric cults; and finally to the perilous country of the Beyond.