The Secret of Aldwych Strand - The Whitechapel Affair: Volume 3
Sarah E. Smith is not like any other writer, she is a unique talent.She was Born in Plymouth, and has been telling stories and tall tales since the very first time she could form a coherent sentence. She has been reading all her life too and is always at her happiest with a good book in her hand.Her parents told her that when she was a little girl, that whenever she got lost while shopping, she could be found sitting in the middle of a pile of books that she'd pulled off the shelves.Quite early on in life Sarah figured out that there were three ways to travel in time: stow away in the TARDIS, study History and write a book.The publication of the Secret of Aldwych Strand 1 completed her trilogy of travels. You see not only did she study history at University, and enjoyed it so much she even teaches it; but she has been inside the TARDIS and travelled with the 4th and arguably the best Doctor, Tom Baker. Well, in a car and he didn't offer her a “jelly baby?!”If dreams could come true, Sarah E. Smith would like to be a “Lady who Lunches”. However, her cat wants to take over the world through a collection of ingenious cat toys. So: please help the cat out by buying into Mark and Lucy's adventures.Now Sarah is a valued writer for Kensington Gore's Publishing things might get a little scary so hold onto your hats.
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- Sarah E Smith(Author) Leesa Wallace(Editor) Kensington Gore(Foreword)
- CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (8 Aug. 2015)
- Science Fiction & Fantasy
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