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Beatrice Beecham's Fete Of Fate Book One
     

Beatrice Beecham's Fete Of Fate Book One

by Dave Jeffery
 

"Fun . entertaining . a hilarious, gag inducing creation!" - Kirkus Reviews

"Too brilliant for words!" - Bookreview.com

"Wonderful!" - Readerviews.com

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Book One of Beatrice Beecham's Fete of Fate sees Beatrice and 'The Newshounds' immersed in a break-neck, thrill a minute

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"Fun . entertaining . a hilarious, gag inducing creation!" - Kirkus Reviews

"Too brilliant for words!" - Bookreview.com

"Wonderful!" - Readerviews.com

Description

Book One of Beatrice Beecham's Fete of Fate sees Beatrice and 'The Newshounds' immersed in a break-neck, thrill a minute game of cat and mouse as The Church of Chaos and their mortal foes, The Wrath, clash in the seaside town of Dorsal Finn. Beatrice's only hope of survival is to retrieve an artefact known as Enlightenment, from its subterranean, trap-infested lair.

With time running out, one false move could be Beatrice's last, and the town of Dorsal Finn will fall with her.

About the Author

Dave Jeffery is 43 and lives in Worcestershire, UK. Dave started writing when he was 10 years old, and couldn't find anything better to do one Saturday afternoon. He turned to creating fantasy worlds rather that challenge deficits in his personality that did not help him to make any friends. It has always been an ambition to write full time but, in reality, this is just another one of his puerile, misguided fantasies. When he is not writing, Dave works with people who endure mental health issues - a job that he has loved for the past twenty-four years. Apparently, he's even written books on the subject, and had work published in professional journals.

Dave is married to his long suffering wife, Justine, and has two children; both of which consider their father to be something of a weirdo.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781847477668
Publisher:
Chipmunkapublishing
Publication date:
10/10/2008
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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