The bombings that swept London were horror enough, but Sister Rachel was used to dealing with medical emergencies. It is not until Razoxane, Angel of Death, reappears with a story of unholy remains in a construction site that Rachel begins to question the realities of the horrors she deals with.
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Something appalling lurks under the streets of London. Something that has survived for centuries, thriving on pain and hatred and grief.
And with another terrorist bombing campaign in the City, there's plenty to fuel such an appetite for evil.
Rachel Young has moved to the capital to work in one of the major hospital's Intensive Care Units: it's a desperate job at the best of times, and now is not the best of times.
Despite a happy marriage to Nick and a successful three-year recovery from past traumas, Rachel senses that the skin of normality over the abyss is about to erupt, and the glimpse of an old adversary lurking among the homeless people further increases her fears.
Roxanne – Angel of Death, Angel of Mourning – has returned from the Void…
PRAISE FOR NIGHT SISTERS
'One of the creepiest and most shocking novels I've read in a long, long time'
John Pritchard was born in Wales in 1964. His NHS career began with a summer job as a Casualty receptionist in his local hospital, after which eye-opening introduction he worked in administration and patient services. He currently helps to manage the medical unit in a large hospital in the south of England. ‘Dark Ages’ is his fourth novel.
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