Poetic Justice: Oxford

(7 customer reviews)

£8.99

  • Publication Date: 28/09/2019
  • Author Name: Fran Raya
  • Format: Paperback

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ISBN: 9781912881765

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The dynamic and mysterious Randal Forbes calls his dark powers ‘the gift’. His startling, slate grey eyes radiate when he is in the throes of his telepathic reprisals.

His trail of destruction has caught the attention of the police, who are investigating him under potential murder charges. But proving his guilt is difficult as he is nowhere near the crime scene; just inside the head of each targeted victim, issuing commands.

Now a student at Beaumont College in Oxford, he revels in his own success and is well on his way to becoming a celebrated author.

There are new ‘enemies’ to deal with in Oxford and Randal seeks to remove those who suspect his paranormal leanings. He has a twisted sense of poetic justice but also a chivalric loyalty to his family.

Randal Forbes has a dark side so malevolent that only someone with a similar ‘gift’ would be able to challenge him. But, who would dare?

Fran Raya lives in Manchester. Her career has been predominantly in music since the 1970s, both in the UK and abroad, originally as a singer-songwriter but now in later years purely as a songwriter who places original songs with other artists. Fran is a member of The Guild of International Songwriters and Composers and has performed throughout Europe as she used to live in Denmark. Fran was the support act for Eric Clapton on his Scandinavian tours in the 1980s. She has also published poetry in numerous anthologies and as a result was awarded her own book, Thoughts of the Poet. Fran’s first book in the Poetic Justice trilogy (Poetic Justice: The Dawning) was published by The Book Guild in August 2018.

7 reviews for Poetic Justice: Oxford

  1. T. Lightwood

    I read the first book in this series and was hooked. I’ve waited a year for the second one, hoping it would have the same impact. Well it doesn’t because it’ s even more gripping! Absolutely mesmerising and so imaginative. Randal is even more stunning as a dark character and his crimes are diabolically vivid. I also think his supporting characters are just as visual but he takes centre stage in a continuing dark story that plays havoc with the readers senses. A must have and a great read.

  2. Clifford Hui

    This book should come with a warning! It is disturbingly brilliant and even though I wanted to stop reading it, I couldn’t put it down! Randal is warped but complex because underneath his evil ways there lurks a softer side. Just when I think he’s relented he goes into satanic mode. Congrats to Fran Raya for making me read a book against my will. A well written compelling story.

  3. A. Heywood

    One of the most thrilling books of its kind. It strays away from its paranormal theme into real life then back into the dark powers of Randal Forbes. This is what makes it different but no less gripping. I like the tasteful way the author handles his bisexuality. Each facet of his personality gives rise to a mix of emotions normally found in a real life situation but then BANG! You are pulled into the impossible. Or is it? Kinda leaves me wondering about it all. Well written and totally absorbing.

  4. Josie Levy

    This is the second book I have read in the series and can’t wait for the third!!! the writing is superb.. and although the genre is not what I would normally read, I was captivated by Randal Forbes and his magnetism.
    I have read many books of different authors and I would say Fran Raya is definitely one to watch for.

  5. Emma Levy

    I have read the first book and the this second book did not disappoint I couldnt put it down!!the writing is superb and I am captivated by the demonic Randal Forbes and his Gift, I cannot wait for the third book to come out. Fran Raya is definitely an Author to watch for.

  6. Adele Boulder

    This story is so vivid that I wonder if telepathy is real? Pure fantasy or tangible? Randal could use his gift in a good way and bring joy but he decides to use it in a very dark way. But it works because I’m sat on the edge of my chair literally waiting to see how he rids himself of each victim! This is true crime but in a different sense and somehow it makes sense, because he is what he is. A telepathic murderer who can’t be caught. Fascinating.

  7. Gill Scott

    I find this book both enthralling and unnerving simply because of the realism in between the paranormal episodes. Randal’s appearance is apparently stunning which is most unusual for such a dark character but that adds even more uneasiness because it makes him appealing. I’m drawn to him and by rights I shouldn’t be. How far will he go and how many more victims will bite the dust? A truly imaginative read that takes me on a roller coaster ride of emotions. Well written and visual. This series and its main character is memorable and quite unique.

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