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Simon Toyne

Biography

Simon Toyne

Simon Toyne is the bestselling author of the Sanctus trilogy: SANCTUS, THE KEY and THE TOWER. A writer, director and producer in British television for 20 years, he worked on several award-winning shows, one of which won a BAFTA. His books have been translated into 27 languages and published in more than 50 countries. He lives with his wife and family in England and the south of France, where he is at work on his second Solomon Creed novel.

Simon Toyne

Books by Simon Toyne

by Simon Toyne - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

Solomon Creed has no recollection of who he is. The only solid clue to his identity is a label stitched in his jacket. The jacket fits perfectly, but there is a second name on the label, the name of the tailor who made the suit and an address in southern France. Solomon heads to France in search of this man. But instead of answers he finds a bloody corpse, the Star of David carved into his chest. When the police discover Solomon at the crime scene they suspect he is the murderer and lock him up. Solomon must escape to clear his name and solve the mystery of why the last remaining survivors of a notorious Nazi death camp are being hunted down and murdered. Only by saving these survivors from evil can Solomon hope to piece together the truth about a decades-old conspiracy.

by Simon Toyne - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

On a hilltop in the town of Redemption, Arizona, the townspeople gather at an old cemetery to bury a local man. The somber occasion is suddenly disrupted by a thunderous explosion in the distant desert. As Sheriff Garth Morgan speeds toward the plane crash, he nearly hits a tall, pale man running down the road, who has no memory of who he is or how he got there. The only clues to his identity are a label in his handmade suit jacket and a book that’s been inscribed to him: both giving the name Solomon Creed. Solomon believes he is here for a reason --- to save a man he has never met…the man who was buried that morning.

by Simon Toyne

A man climbs a cliff face in the oldest inhabited place on earth, a mountain known as the Citadel. But this is no ordinary ascent. It is a dangerous and symbolic act. Few people understand its consequence. But for foundation worker Kathryn Mann and a handful of others, it’s evidence that a revolution is at hand.