A Dark Talents Novel

The Dark Talents series is a thrilling trilogy that recalls all of the best parts of classic British espionage—with the added twist of superpowers in an alternate history that has the potential to alter the future.  

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Serpent in the Heather

Now officially working for the Secret Intelligence Service, Kim Tavistock is back to solve another mystery—this time a serial killer with deep Nazi ties—in the sequel to At the Table of Wolves.

Summer, 1936. In England, an assassin is loose. Someone is killing young people who possess Talents. As terror overtakes Britain, Kim Tavistock, now officially employed by England’s Secret Intelligence Service, is sent on her first mission: to the remote Sulcliffe Castle in Wales, to use her cover as a journalist to infiltrate a spiritualist cult that may have ties to the murders. Meanwhile, Kim’s father, trained spy Julian Tavistock runs his own parallel investigation—and discovers the terrifying Nazi plot behind the serial killings.

Cut off from civilization, Sulcliffe Castle is perched on a forbidding headland above a circle of standing stones only visible at low tide. There, Kim shadows a ruthless baroness and her enigmatic son, plying her skills of deception and hearing...
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Kay Kenyon
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Kay Kenyon

Kay Kenyon is the author of fifteen science fiction and fantasy novels as well as numerous short stories. Her work has been shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick and the John W. Campbell Memorial Awards, the Endeavour Award, and twice for the American Library Association Reading List awards. Her series The Entire and the Rose was hailed by The Washington Post as a “splendid fantasy quest as compelling as anything by Stephen R. Donaldson, Philip Jose Farmer, or yes, J.R.R. Tolkien.” Her novels include At the Table of WolvesSerpent in the HeatherBright of the SkyA World Too NearCity Without EndPrince of StormsMaximum Ice (a 2002 Philip K. Dick Award nominee), and The Braided WorldBright of the Sky was among Publishers Weekly’s Top 150 books of 2007. She is a founding member of the Write on the River conference in Wenatchee, Washington, where she lives with her husband.

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