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The Curse of Salamander Street By G. P. Taylor

The Curse of Salamander Street
by G. P. Taylor

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Young Kate, her friend Thomas and the ship's charismatic owner, Jacob Crane have recently escaped the sorcerer Demurral, and Kate searches the waves for a sign of their friend Raphah, lost to the sea. But further trouble awaits them in London, where their beloved ship is seized.
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The Curse of Salamander Street Summary


The Curse of Salamander Street by G. P. Taylor

"The Magenta" has returned to the shores of England, carrying young Kate, her friend Thomas and the ship's charismatic owner, Jacob Crane, up the Thames. They have recently escaped the sorcerer Demurral, and Kate searches the waves for a sign of their friend Raphah, lost to the sea. But further trouble awaits them in London, where their beloved ship is seized...Meanwhile, figures stir on the shores further North. Beadle, Demurral's one time servant has survived, while other shadows from Jacob and Kate's past are also awakening. Has Demurral really been vanquished forever? Who is the lady who haunts the roads South? What is the hidden secret of Salmander Street? This is a tale of mystery and adventure running between the wilds of the North and South, from the bestselling author of "Shadowmancer", "Wormwood" and "Tersias".

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About G. P. Taylor


GP Taylor lives in the shadows of a medieval castle and the rugged North Yorkshire Moors, overlooking the cold Oceanus Germanicus. He has a keen interest in the paranormal and folklore, as a researcher and lecturer. He is the best-selling author of Shadowmancer, Wormwood and Tersias.

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GOR003150242
The Curse of Salamander Street by G. P. Taylor
G. P. Taylor
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Faber & Faber
2006-09-07
352
0571228739
9780571228737
N/A
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