Kevin Sands

Kevin Sands

  • 5 stars across 5 books
Since escaping from university with a pair of degrees in theoretical physics, Kevin Sands has worked as a researcher, a business consultant and a teacher. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
3rd September 2015

The Blackthorn Key

Follow the clues. Crack the code. Stay alive.Potions, puzzles and the occasional explosion are all in a day's work for y... MoreThe Blackthorn Key

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5th January 2017

Mark of the Plague (A Blackthorn Key adventure)

BOILS, BLOOD AND A BURNING FEVER - THE BLACK DEATH HAS RETURNED TO LONDON . . .As the dreaded sickness spreads through t... MoreMark of the Plague (A Blackthorn Key adventure)

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6th September 2016

Mark of the Plague (A Blackthorn Key adventure)

BOILS, BLOOD AND A BURNING FEVER - THE BLACK DEATH HAS RETURNED TO LONDON ...As the dreaded sickness spreads through the... MoreMark of the Plague (A Blackthorn Key adventure)

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4th October 2018

The Assassin's Curse

Christopher Rowe is back and there are more puzzles, riddles, and secrets to uncover in this third novel of the award-wi... MoreThe Assassin's Curse

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29th February 2024

The Raven's Revenge

Christopher finally uncovers the Raven’s identity in this sixth novel of the award-winning Blackthorn Key series.The sta... MoreThe Raven's Revenge

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