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Cover reveal: Rose Campion and the Curse of the Doomstone

Rose Campion and the Curse of the Doomstone | Lyn Gardner

Next February, we’ll be publishing Rose Campion and the Curse of the Doomstone by Lyn Gardner. Packed with atmosphere, theatricality and intrigue, this is another gripping instalment in the THRILLING Campion series – the follow-up to the incredible Rose Campion and the Stolen Secret. And today we’re very pleased to reveal the BEAUTIFUL cover for the new book, illustrated by the amazing Jez Tuya!

Business has never been better for Campion’s Palace of Variety and Wonders – and the music hall is about to open its doors to its biggest act yet: the Illustrious Gandini, the stage magician known as the Great Wizard of the North. But when the Doomstone Diamond – a priceless jewel with a disturbing history – is stolen during one of Gandini’s performances, Campion’s finds itself under threat once more, and Rose Campion and her friends will need all their wits about them as they dash across Victorian London – from high society gatherings to the depths of Newgate prison – in a desperate bid to solve the mystery of the stolen Doomstone Diamond, and save Rose’s beloved home, Campion’s Music Hall, from closure!

Set against a brilliant backdrop of smoky, foggy, fin-de-siecle London, filled with fantastic theatrical detail, and with a cast of rogues worthy of Agatha Christie, this is a can’t-put-it-down mystery from a master storyteller that will have you guessing until the final chapter.

And here’s the cover in all it’s glory!

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And if you’re new to the Campions series, here’s a look inside the first book – you can read the first three chapters of Rose Campion and the Stolen secret below:

Buy the book online.

Rose Campion and the Curse of the Doomstone will be available in shops in February – if you’d like to stay up to date with all of our book news, you can sign up to our books newsletter at this page, or with the form below, and you’ll never miss a thing.

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