RA Williams is the author of the Gothic fiction trilogy THE GIFT. Keep up to date on the latest news regarding RA’s, appearances, musings and release dates for THE GIFT trilogy here.
Book 1: Eleanor, is available from 9 December in hardcover and eBook. Book 2: Balthasar drops 17 November 2022. Book 3: Ascension available October 2023.
Stop in frequently for updated full colour maps from THE GIFT trilogy, the occasional character exposé, location choices, odds & sods over on the author’s blog, his historical musings, fascination with 80’s Punk and New Wave and maybe a few snaps of his cats.
Coming 9 December 2021
Book 1: Eleanor
The North Atlantic, 14 April 1912. Amid the chaos of the sinking Titanic, a young Eleanor Annenberg meets the eyes of a stranger and is immediately captivated. As the ship buckles around them, she follows him down to the hold and finds him leaning over an open sarcophagus surrounded by mutilated bodies. She catches but a glimpse of what lies within before she’s sucked into a maelstrom of freezing brine and half-devoured corpses. Elle is pulled out of the water, but the stranger – and the secrets she stumbled upon – are lost. Unintentionally, however, he leaves her a gift. …
“Audacity, authorial panache, and a quasi-forensic diligence, saturate the eldritch, often wondrously grisly pages of RA Williams’ first installment in his The Gift Trilogy. Book1: Eleanor is a cleverly executed and thoroughly absorbing, if complex, Megillah which romps along at a zesty pace despite its narrative having to chart a wildly disparate catena of epochs, events, and ideologies.”
Paul Spalding Mulcock, Features Editor, Yorkshire Times
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