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Clarah: The Curse of Begrudgery (The Prophesy of Tamar Book 3) Paperback – Box set, 15 Aug 2017
Book 3 of 3 in the Prophesy of Tamar Series
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By Jayne Shufflebotham Yet another scintillating read from the author and the re-introductions of some of the characters from the authors first book ensured the continuity and believability of the initial Tamar theme. The Unbeknown incorporate theories and subjects that were new to me and I did have to re-read some of the sci-fi detail towards the end of the book to fully understand the logic and implication, but it certainly left me pondering over who and what is fact, fiction, human or otherwise in our current society ! Very much looking forward to Clarah, the next book. --Amazon
About the Author
I was born in the Lancashire mining town of Leigh, back in the days of black & white TV and when children played out, climbed trees, scuffed their knees and made dens. Enid Blyton was my heroine, and I have often aspired to write an adult version of “the secret seven”. Some of us never really grow up… My father died when I was a baby, and so as a child I was raised by my Grandmother Florrie Gibbons. She lived in Howe Bridge near Atherton and was a loving intelligent lady. She was also an avid reader, who went through about 5 books a week. Every night she read to me, and so by the time I started school at 4 years old, I could already read and write. It didn’t give me any advantages over the other kids at Pennington school, but none the lass I thank her. With her encouragement, I have been writing books from about the age of 6. These were for my own entertainment and not for public consumption. It has taken me a long time, (and life has a way of creating other priorities to distract us), but eventually I decided I should publish. With a love of history, mythology, theology, genealogy, the paranormal, gothic mansions and anything that involves secret tunnels – I was destined to be a science fiction writer. I like to add authenticity to my books, by using well researched chronicles, and then scattering a thimble full of fairy dust to magic the facts into a story. I hope you enjoy CLARAH – book 3 of the Tamar prophesy series.
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28 October 2017
I love this series of books. The characters are truly engaging and they come to life in the authors hand and are so credible and life-like you can believe you have seen them in a televison adaptation. The author clearly has a passion for the subject matter and enjoys taking readers back in time to add a complex dimension to the story line. Always sad when I get to the end of an installment.
11 February 2018
Entertaining, gripping, descriptive and confirms Sheila has a true gift for fiction. A five star read, you will not be disappointed.
2 December 2017
Like Sheila Mughal's previous books the storyline and structure can only be described as original and possibly thought provoking. Enjoyed greatly .
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