RyLee's career is over. After winning a national TV talent show and becoming a teen pop sensation, his fame and success has quickly been followed by addiction, media scrutiny, and career suicide. After a brief spell in rehab, 18-year-old Ryan has some rethinking to do...
Inary McCrimmon has a gift. She can see people - ghosts - after they've died. Where she comes from they call it The Sight. But after a traumatic experience at the age of twelve, her gift has vanished. Now, fifteen years later, Inary is called away from her busy London life back to her home in Glen Avich.
In a crumbling Irish mansion, two elderly sisters, Ella and Roberta O'Callaghan, live alone with their secrets, memories and mutual hatred. Long estranged by a dark family tragedy, they communicate only by terse notes.
Covering all 32 counties, THE COLOUR OF IRELAND shares over 150 beautiful photos bringing the people and places of bygone eras to life in incredible and vibrant detail. Painstakingly researched, this fascinating new book provides a unique social account of Ireland, bringing history to life in a level of detail never seen before.
Cat Thomas relocates to Edinburgh, fleeing death threats related to her job as a fraud investigator in Florida. Her Dean Village flat in an 18th-century building is utterly idyllic except for one thing . . . the devil upstairs.
Impeccably plotted, intricately nuanced and shot through with wicked humour, The Devil Upstairs captures perfectly the shadowy beauty and mystery of Edinburgh's architecture, atmosphere and history, giving literary voice to its status as a "haunted" city.