Singing stones? Cars turning into dragons?
All in a day’s work for the Grey, Plymouth’s secret defence against paranormal attacks in the city.
But what is causing them?
To find out, Alex, must search the potentially deadly Grey Archive for answers. However, they aren’t what he expects as they lie hundreds of years in the past.But can the Grey make use of them before Plymouth is wiped off the map?
The arrival of an invisible ghost pirate ship in Plymouth Sound is the start of another series of paranormal events that must be dealt with by those in the mysterious Grey. Why can only they see it?
But the events are stranger than even the Grey could imagine as they find their entire existence jeopardised by what has lain hidden underneath Plymouth’s Central Park for hundreds of years.
A city under siege.
Only no-one knows it.
Alex has come to see his grandfather but instead finds himself caught in an unearthly battle with an eerie smog-bound Plymouth as Ground-Zero.
To have any hope of surviving against the monsters hiding in the smog he must put his faith in a group of strangers who seem to know far more about his grandfather than he does.
Hunted across the British Empire, and now by her own countrymen, imminent death surrounds Olivia. Her only hope is to bring the Empire to its knees by destroying the Fanshaw & Fotherington Electro-Mechanical Company, the almost mythical heart of which is the Squirrel Works. But what part can a secret concerning Nathaniel, the son of a widowed steam-cabbie, play in Olivia’s quest for survival?
A blimp flies silently over the London rooftops hidden by a thick fog. The mission for the soldiers it carries is to steal Her Majesty’s stealth ship, codenamed The Glass Galleon. The final pieces of the plan to destroy the British Empire are moving into place. The architect of this dastardly plot is the mysterious Olivia. But why does she also need to kidnap the daughter of a minor civil servant?
Life is tough when you’re a Leprechaun: you’re small enough to be considered part of the food chain and you even have to show cheese who’s the Boss. What's worse is that the ancient evil that has been hunting Leprechauns down has now found them and life will never be the same again.
Over one night, hundreds of years apart, dangerous secrets are revealed changing two lives forever.
There are many legends among the leprechauns. Most concern Kerrik - the first and greatest king of them all.
But why has Kerrik's first tale been kept from Gascard? What is it about the last of the monsters that is too dangerous for him to know?
A fun story. I got bounced out of it a few times from a few typos but didn't mind as I liked the story so much. I can't remember how long ago I downloaded it so don't know if they're now fixed. The next two stories (or maybe just the trilogy ebook) are on my wish list.