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Alchemists Key - Traci Harding

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Published: 2nd June 1999
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Wade Ashby inherits his grandfather’s estate in Oxfordshire, England, becoming 13th Baron of Ashby Manor. He travels from Australia with his friend Hugh to take up his birthright and find out why there is secrecy surrounding certain aspects of the baronage and members of the family. The two are caught up in strange dreams and odd time occurrences.

Led back through the Manor’s sordid and fascinating history, it seems there had once been a circular structure in the gardens, known locally as the Temple of Knowledge. One of Wade’s forebears dabbled in alchemy and the new sciences -

Wade digs up weird, archaic technology, and it becomes a race of repair time before the situation is out of everyone’s control!

About the Author

Since the 1996 bestseller, The Ancient Future, Traci Harding has published many fabulous books with HarperVoyager. These are available in print and e-books, and some titles may be available in audio; she has also been translated into several different languages.

Traci Harding

Traci Harding is an Australian novelist. Her work combines fantasy, facts, history and esoteric beliefs. She has recently sold the film rights to ''The Alchemist Key'', with production recommencing in 2010 She was born and raised in Carlingford, a western suburb of Sydney, Australia. Harding states that her early interests were, "music, boys, daydreaming and storytelling". After leaving school she first pursued an interest in music. Later she started writing stories, novels, and then film scripts.

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ISBN: 9780732266721
ISBN-10: 0732266726
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 600
Published: 2nd June 1999
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
Dimensions (cm): 18.7 x 10.8  x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.21