Oliver Sweetblood had two simple ambitions, to get laid and to become a famous artist. His friends Linda and Fred had done the first and were well on the way to achieving the second. How on earth... More > could Oliver catch up?
The latest novel from Owen Ransen is a gripping thriller of art, forgery and fakes where nothing is quite what it seem. It traces the story of three young artists in 1970s London and Bath as they struggle to survive in the polite cut-throat world of international art markets.< Less
This novel is an alternative history of the origins of Buddhism, and is set in the Himalayan plains 2500 years ago.
"Just after midnight, standing on the balcony of his palace, Prince... More > Siddhartha Gautama, suddenly saw among the millions of bright stars a long thin trace of gold and silver fire. It split into three as he watched."
The prince has left the palace, alone at night. Where has he gone? And did the omen of the three falling stars have anything to do with his disappearance?< Less