3.7/5 Intro A rollercoaster of emotions, set in the late 90s. Political intrigue and controversial families spanning London and Vienna. Synopsis Elizabeth McCreary’s mother Lillian Frankl was a child of the Kindertransport – but she refuses to speak of the past. Determined to learn more, Elizabeth flies to Vienna on the start of a
Ossett, West Yorkshire. March, 1987.
A town of flower shows, Maypole parades and Sunday football games. But behind all the closed doors and drawn curtains are hidden truths and shameful lies.
Discovering the body of a young girl dumped into a phone box at a local beauty spot, WDC Louise Miller’s first case as detective in her hometown is made harder by the sexism and misogyny of small-
town policing. But her four years on the force in Manchester have prepared her for this and along with ally WPC Elizabeth Hines, the pair work the case together.
As their inquiries uncover the town’s hidden secrets, psychologist Karla Hayes offers insights into the troubled psychological problems of the victim, revealing dark truths that could lead to the identity of the killer.
But when a second girl goes missing, Louise realises that some secrets should stay hidden.
When Gregory Hoffenbach unearths a valuable stone while ploughing, he believes it could put an end to all his woes.
It doesn’t. In fact it’s just the beginning.
Greg heads into the city of Calver with his brother Ralph to try and sell the stone but soon they discover that there are plenty of people in the Kingdom who’d like to own Greg’s red stone.
Over the next few days, the brothers strike a deal with a prominent crime boss, stumble into a plot to overthrow the King and have a hand in the death of an over-ambitious hay salesman.
Fortunately for them, they’ve got help. Some very useful and very violent help.
It seems everyone wants Greg’s stone and they’ll stop at nothing to get it.
Greg? He just wants a new plough.
A story about working out what’s valuable in life and then trying to take it from someone else
Sharra's world is a terrifying place.
Violent seismic 'Shifts' and outbreaks of an all-consuming black fire radically alter landscapes on
an increasingly frequent basis. Only the Map Makers can predict where the Shift will fall, and
Sharra, daughter to one of the most famous Map Makers, yearns to join their ranks and break a
cultural taboo that forbids female cartographers.
Sharra's father, Lord Milton, is one of the few to challenge the current order, but his shadowy
past limits his political reach and his second wife, Lady Ivory, is determined to manipulate him to
ensure a privileged future for herself and her daughter, Jayne.
The main obstacle standing in Ivory's way is Sharra.
God is furious.
He has run out of patience with humans and decided that our time is over.
We've had our chance and it's back to the drawing board.
Mo, and Jay, best friends who've screwed up in the past, beg him for one more chance to
get the humans back on track.
Alongside Mr Saluzar, the head of a global charity foundation, and Nick, The Fallen Angel,
they hurtle towards Armageddon and their one chance to prove God wrong.
They have seven days to save us