This is Elizabeth Revill’s fourth novel and is set in an area she knows intimately. Proud of her Welsh heritage and with Welsh speaking parents, Elizabeth spent much of her childhood there. She qualified in English, Speech and Drama before moving onto Drama School and embarking on a career as an actress and winning the coveted Carlton Hobbs Award from the BBC. As a member of the BBC Repertory Company she worked extensively in radio including The Archers, Waggoner’s Walk, David Copperfield, Sherlock Holmes and many more. Her television appearances include The Edwardians, The Government Inspector, What the Hell do you want Lavinia, Penda’s Fen, Let’s Write a Story, Cyderdelic and more. Elizabeth has worked in many theatres all over the country from Scotland to Plymouth both on Commercial and Classical tours as well as Repertory seasons in Birmingham, Worthing, Lancaster, Peterborough, Worcester, Second City and others. She enjoyed performing on the Fringe with the Writers’ Theatre Company and Women’s Project, which focused on new writing. However, one of Elizabeth’s favourite roles was the White Witch in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe at the Westminster Theatre in London before she moved to Devon where she taught English, and History at GCSE level. She also specialized in teaching Special Needs children before lecturing in A level Theatre Studies and B.Tec performing Arts at Sixth Form College. Coupled with directing and teaching Drama at Drama Schools in Birmingham and Maidenhead, Elizabeth has written a number of plays, some with professional productions, most notably, Mockingbirds Don’t Sing. Elizabeth has finally settled happily in North Devon to write full time and resides on a farm with her husband Andrew Spear, their dog, Pippin and Ashton the cat.
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God Only Knows
The final and explosive conclusion to the Killing me Softly trilogy, which completes the story of serial killer, Tony Clifton and his abhorrent and evil mother, Grace.
Allison and Stringer have an even heavier caseload, varying from a hardworking Asian family being targeted by murderous bullies to the repercussions from the escape of an insane killer to a young reporter being stalked by a lunatic.
Prayer for the Dying
The chilling sequel to Killing me Softly
DCI Greg Allison and Sergeant Mark Stringer – coppers overloaded with work are once again led down a path, which twists and turns bringing to light a female psychic, Holly, who has a physical and psychic connection with Tony.
Killing Me Softly
Detective Chief Inspector Allison and Sergeant Mark Stringer have the chilling task of tracking down a serial killer who is to terrify a city with his bizarre and cold-blooded murders of innocent women. They are ordinary men with human frailties and too much to do.
Sanjukta And The Box Of Souls
Cornelius Phipps is a man caught in a web of despair.
Utkena is a demon seeking vengeance.
Sanjukta is a woman striving for justice.
The moment she is born during a terrible storm, which also sees the death of her mother, Sanjukta's destiny is sealed. Half Native American Indian, she is given the gifts necessary to fight an evil created by the Nations but used by the White Man.
Rainbows In The Clouds
'Rainbows in the Clouds' continues the Llewellyn family saga through the testing and explosive times of WWII. Carrie's life is turned upside down when the London Chest Hospital is bombed in the Blitz and it threatens to tear her from the slowly flowering love she has found in Michael's arms.
The Electra Conspiracy
British filmmakers Amy Wilde and Jon Curtis just want to make an entertaining documentary about Electra, a pop icon. Unfortunately, for Amy and Jon, they've chosen the wrong singer at the wrong time.
The Brandenburg Sect, a secret group of top Western politicians and businessmen decide Electra must go; her subversive views are too popular with the masses.
Against The Tide
After witnessing the brutal death of his father, at the age of seven, by a band of smuggling cutthroats, Nathaniel Brookes swears to find his father’s killers. As a man he follows a medical career, but he turns his back on his comfortable life and dons the garb of a Riding Officer to fulfil his vow. Hated in all communities, ostracised and friendless, he faces more than just his father's enemies.
Shadows On The Moon
German armies once more march across Europe and one small Welsh village is changed forever.
Carrie has escaped the suffocating, unhealthy love of her brother. With her innate kindness and strength, she begins her new life in midwifery. But, the shadows of war rise and she is sent first to Birmingham and then London during the Blitz. This is the compelling, continuing saga of the Llewellyn family.
Whispers On The Wind
Whispers On The Wind is Elizabeth Revill's first historical novel. It is the story of Carrie, a girl who must survive in a harsh world of Welsh winds, farms and scheming men. It takes place between the wars and though often traumatic, Carrie's journey simply makes her stronger, until she blazes with light and power.
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