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The King's Demon (1996). Sacrament of Night (1997). Heart of Dust (1998).
Not to be confused with Louise Cooper (financial analyst). Louise Cooper (29 May 1952 – 21 October 2009) was a British fantasy writer who lived in Cornwall with her husband, Cas Sandall. Cooper gained a great deal of writing inspiration from the coast and scenery, and her other interests included music, folklore, cooking, gardening and "messing about on the beach" . The King's Demon (1996).
One: her name is Sefira. And two: she has committed murder. She is rescued by Grendon, a high official at the royal court, who recognizes the horror locked away in her damaged mind and offers her protection. But Grendon, too, has secrets, and an agenda of his own. He means to use Sefira as bait in a deadly game.
1996) A novel by Louise Cooper. Found walking alone in the dead of night by Grendon, an official in the new king's pay, Sefira remembers only her name and the fact that she has committed murder. Awards British Fantasy Society Best Novel (nominee). Recognizing the supernatural powers of which she is unaware, Grendon offers to help her, hoping to manipulate them to his own ends. Genre: Paranormal Romance. Used availability for Louise Cooper's The King's Demon.
A young woman regains consciousness to find herself alone on a moorland road at dead of night, with no memory but for two facts. One: her name is Sefira. A young woman regains consciousness to find herself alone on a moorland road at dead of night, with no memory but for two facts.
Continuing the story in which Tamzin Weston and her guardian pony Moonlight confront the evil spirit of the Grey Horse.
When Tamzin goes to stay with her grandmother in Cornwall, she is drawn towards a small grey statue of a grey horse, kept in a cabinet for safe-keeping. One day she accidentally drops the statue and unwittingly releases the evil spirit of the Grey Horse that has been trapped inside. Her mistake threatens to bring storms and danger, and it is only Tamzin who can put things right. Continuing the story in which Tamzin Weston and her guardian pony Moonlight confront the evil spirit of the Grey Horse. Tamzin and her new friend Marga are preparing for the pony Fun Day.
Louise Cooper: May 29, 1952 - October 21, 2009. The Silver Dolphin and The Black Pearl, books 1 and 2 of my new children's quartet, are now in the shops!
Louise Cooper: May 29, 1952 - October 21, 2009. It is with great sadness that we have to inform you that on October 29th 2009 Louise passed away suddenly after she suffered an aneurysm. She will be enormously missed and was loved by many. Imagine regaining consciousness on a moorland road, at dead of night during a thunderstorm, and realising that you have lost your memory. The Silver Dolphin and The Black Pearl, books 1 and 2 of my new children's quartet, are now in the shops!