In my first thriller The Magus Covenant, billionaire Iago Visser lives in a remote part of Derbyshire’s Peak District in a walled medieval manor house. In the second book of the series, recently released, hero Jotham Fletcher is now the owner. What better way, then, to feed my muse on a recent trip to England than to visit enchanting Haddon Hall? Continue reading “A Visit to Haddon Hall”
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The Magus Covenant
Written by Toni Pike
Published by Chapman Reid Publications, 2015
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I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
Father Jonathan Fletcher, an Anglican priest, travels to Italy to give a lecture about the thesis he wrote regarding Simon Magus.
On the eve of his lecture, an elderly leader of the church is found dead in the courtyard of the church where the lecture is to take place. The exact spot where Simon Magus fell to his death during a demonstration of his “levitation” powers, about two thousand years prior.
As Father Fletcher is en route to his lecture, they come upon a scene of confusion and emergency vehicles. The scene is at the church and his car is escorted by police to the court yard. When he asks to see the deceased, he is shocked to…
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