Suits and Sewers: Epiphany Club Book 2

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Dirk Dynamo is glad to be back in civilisation, with two clues to the location of the Great Library. But when ninjas kidnap his friend and steal a priceless artefact, Dirk is forced to pursue them into the sewers below London. Faced with deadly assassins and the strange followers of the Underlord, can Dirk save Sir Timothy and the tablet before he ends up on the wrong end of a shuriken? More

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About Andrew Knighton

I write fantasy, steampunk and science fiction. I’ve had around fifty short stories published, ranging from the life of a sorrowful robot to a steampunk adventure in the sewers beneath Venice.

When not writing fiction I’ve worked as a teacher, academic, data analyst, project manager and, in my darkest hour, a call centre employee. Over the years I've studied medieval history, management, teaching and social research. I now work as a freelance writer for websites, books, apps, and anything else that needs words strung neatly together.

I indulge in all the best hobbies. Comics, wargames, board games, roleplay games (both live action and tabletop), and of course reading genre fiction. I like to think that it fuels my creativity. Really, it’s all just a big distraction, but isn’t that what life’s all about?

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About the Series: Epiphany Club
Join Victorian adventurers Dirk Dynamo, Sir Timothy Blaze-Simms and Isabelle McNair as they search for the lost Great Library of Alexandria. Faced with every sort of peril, from mutated bears to wily ninjas, can they find the Library and its fabulous secrets before their criminal opponents do?

An adventure story featuring elements of steampunk, fantasy and old-fashioned daring, the Epiphany Club delves into the darkness lying behind Victorian society, combining serious themes with action and humour.

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Stanley Bruce Carter reviewed on Oct. 21, 2018

I don't remember any suits, but there's plenty of sewers and weird denizens and ninjas. Good steampunky stuff.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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