Thomas Pryce

Thomas Pryce - vicar and spy

1793. As the Terror begins to cast a great shadow over France, Thomas Pryce, the new Vicar of Deal, crosses the Channel to find the parents of his beautiful French wife.

Facing grave dangers, he makes his way to Brittany where he not only discovers the fate of his in-laws but also uncovers a plot which threatens to topple the British monarchy.

Fighting against a sinister secret society in a race against time, Pryce battles to thwart the plans of a Parisian spymaster and his agents in London.

The Fate of Kings is the first in a series of gripping spy thrillers that will engross readers of C.J. Sansom, Dan Brown, as well as the many avid watchers of Poldark and Grantchester.

In the first years of the British Secret Service, Thomas Pryce truly is the original James Bond.

Published November 3rd, 2017
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For US readers




Dr Mark Stibbe is an award-winning author and full-time professional writer who has over forty popular nonfiction books and five academic books in print. He has also ghost-written nearly twenty books and recently written a Healthy Fathering course for incarcerated men. His first book was a collection of poems published when he was just 16. His latest book, Home at Last, was published 40 years later in 2016. Many of his popular books have been bestsellers and his academic books are required reading in universities and seminaries all over the world. He lives with his wife Cherith and Black Labrador Bella.

G.P. Taylor is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling novelist. His works include Shadowmancer, Wormwood, the Mariah Mundi trilogy and the Tizzle Sisters.

On the publication of his highly acclaimed debut novel Shadowmancer, he was heralded as ‘hotter than Potter’ and the ‘new C.S. Lewis.’

He has published in over 51 languages all over the world. His novels have been made into Hollywood movies and he’s in demand as a novelist and screen writer.

He has written four screenplays that are currently in production. In the UK he is published by Faber & Faber. Graham also offers consultation to novelists and screenplay services at Kingdom Writing Solutions.

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