The Last Seal

Four mismatched Londoners brave the perils of the Great Fire of 1666 to prevent an even more terrible threat.

September 1666: a struggle between secret societies threatens to destroy London. The Liberati aim to release a powerful demon trapped under the city by their rivals the Praesidum. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781452303819
About Richard Denning

Hi - I am Richard Denning. I was born in Ilkeston in Derbyshire and I live in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands. I am currently working as a General Practitioner with a North Birmingham practice. I am 42 and am married with two children (Helen and Matthew)

I said I am a GP - but heh that's the day job and there are other hours in the day so:

Activities and Interests
I am a writer with a strong interest in historical settings as well as horror and fantasy.

Reading - Well I love to. Here are some of my favourite books
Lord of the Rings
Sharpe Series (Bernard Cornwell and his other books)
Eagle Series Simon Scarrow
Disk world books - Terry Pratchett
Neverwhere Neil Gaiman

Gaming
I am also a keen player of board games and other games and run UK Games Expo (the UK's largest mixed format Games convention). I am a game designer and currently I am developing a Board Game inspired by the Great Fire on London.

My websites
For my writing projects go here: http://www.richarddenning.co.uk
For more on Great Fire: London 1666 (the board game): http://www.medusagames.co.uk
Find out more about UK Games Expo: http://www.UKGamesExpo.co.uk

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The Last Seal: Gunpowder and Sorcery in 1666
17th century London - two rival secret societies are caught in a battle that threatens to destroy the city and beyond. When a truant schoolboy, Ben, finds a scroll revealing the location of magical seals that binds a powerful demon beneath the city, he is thrown into the centre of a dangerous plot that leads to the Great Fire of 1666.

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