‘The life of John Dee was so extraordinary that the invention of fictional adventures for him might seem superfluous, but Phil Rickman’s novels about the Elizabethan magus and alchemist are so entertaining and atmospheric that any such thoughts soon disappear…’

NICK RENNISON, BBC HISTORY

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‘BRILLIANTLY IMAGINED AND GRIPPINGLY  EXECUTED’.  

PETER MILLAR, THE TIMES

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‘A WONDERFULLY ASSURED LEAP INTO THE 16TH CENTURY’

ANDREW TAYLOR,  SPECTATOR

portrait by Master Craven

The second John Dee novel  in paperback, hardback, ebook.

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‘Outstanding… fabulously murky tale, full of dark detail, gruesome violence and  twisting plotlines’

JP BUXTON, DAILY MAIL

‘A profound feeling for the hidden ways…’

JAKE KERRIDGE, DAILY TELEGRAPH

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ITV Studios have optioned The Bones of Avalon and The Heresy of Dr Dee for television.

Which doesn’t mean they’ll do it; they have a year to firm it up… or not.