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A fairy-tale infused historical novel for adults set in the late 18 th century, moving between Imperial China and France during the ‘Terror’ of the French Revolution, and inspired by the true story of a quest for a blood-red rose.

The novel will draw upon ‘The Blue Rose,’ a fairy tale set in China about a quest for an impossible rose.



A complex and gripping story of witches, enchantment, magical creatures and dragons.Dragonclaw is Kate Forsyth's first novel. 

The Puzzle Ring

The Pool of Two Moons

The eagerly awaited sequel to Dragonclaw, Kate Forsyth's Pool of Two Moons, the second title in the Witches of Eileanan series.

The Cursed Towers

Book Three of Kate Forsyth's spellbinding Witches of Eileanan series.

The Forbidden Land

The Forbidden Land

From the acclaimed author of Dragonclaw, The Pool of Two Moons and The Cursed Towers comes this gripping fourth instalment in the Witches of Eileanan series.

he Skull of the World

The Skull of the World

The fifth instalment of Kate Forsyth's compelling Witches of Eileanan series.

Fathomless Caves

The explosive final instalment of the bestselling Witches of Eileanan series.

Tower of Ravens

Tower Of Ravens

One-Horn's daughter is not like the other satyricorns. Born of a human father, she has failed to grow the horns so prized by her kind. Soon the satyricorns will kill her – and even if she runs away, their swift hunters will find her in the end.

The Puzzle Ring

The Shining City

Imprisoned in Sorrowgate Tower, Rhiannon awaits her trial for murder and treason, while the winged horse Blackthorn flies forlornly over the Shining City. Alone and in terrible fear for the future, Rhiannon is haunted by the malevolent ghost of a dead queen who has a hunger to live again.

The Heart of Stars

Lord Malvern swore he would have revenge on Lachlan the Winged for the death of his brother and nephew. Now Lachlan is dead, and his children have all been stolen away. When their life-blood has been spilt to raise the beloved dead from their graves, Lord Malvern's revenge will be sweet indeed.