THE STRING DIARIES by Stephen Lloyd Jones

Stephen Lloyd Jones's debut novel is a sweeping thriller that extends "base.html" from the present day, to Oxford in the 1970s, to Hungary at the turn of the 19th century, all tracing back to a man from an ancient royal family with a consuming passion--a boy who can change his shape, insert himself into the intimate lives of his victims, and destroy them.

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Stephen Jones

Stephen Jones studied at Royal Holloway College, University of London and is the director of a major London media agency. He is the author of THE STRING DIARIES, available now.
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