(2 customer reviews)
Publication Date: Aug. 28, 2020
Categories: Crime and Thrillers, Sci-FiISBN: 9781913208905
Randal Forbes calls his phenomenal telepathic powers ‘the gift’.
In this third book of the Poetic Justice series, he achieves widespread fame, as an author and entrepreneur.
He has left a complex trail of murder and shattered lives behind him, from his formative years at Tarnside Primary School, Redwood Private School and through his university education at Beaumont College, Oxford. The police are closely monitoring his movements but has anything been proved?
His relationship with Clive Hargreaves is still thriving, as he remains his devoted partner and protector.
His wife-to-be, Alison Whitaker, is unaware of ‘the gift’ but those who are suspicious, still wish to discredit and expose him.
Randal Forbes has a dark side so powerful, that only someone with a similar ‘gift’ will be able to challenge him. But who would dare?
Fran Raya lives in Manchester. Her career has predominantly been in music since the 1970s and she has performed throughout Europe – notably as the support act for Eric Clapton on his Scandinavian tours in the 1980s. She has published poetry in numerous anthologies and as a result was awarded her own book, Thoughts of the Poet. Fran’s first book in this series, namely Poetic Justice: The Dawning was published by The Book Guild in August 2018, followed by her second book Poetic Justice: Oxford in September 2019. Fran also spends her time as a songwriter who places original songs with other artists.
A. Heywood (Guest Review) - 09 Apr, 2021
Love this author, love this series, love this theme, Never been disappointed with the storylines, Should be mainstream, Book four please Fran Raya!
Wanda Anderson (Guest Review) - 09 Apr, 2021
Just discovered this author and I’m impressed by her style of writing. Love the mix of every day people who are connected to Randal. Then I am shocked yet drawn to his amazing powers. One minute I’m repelled then the next I can’t wait to read about each crime and the descriptive build up to each murder. Very unusual approach but compelling reading. I’m now going to buy books one and two to be put even more into the picture.