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Simon Toyne
Simon Toyne worked in British television for twenty years. As a writer, director and producer he's worked on several award-winning shows, one of which won a BAFTA. He lives in England with his wife and family. show more

Simon Toyne worked in British television for twenty years. As a writer, director and producer he's worked on several award-winning shows, one of which won a BAFTA. He lives in England with his wife and family.
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Birth date: January 01, 1968
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All about me
All about me rated it 2 years ago
This is a great page turner. The context of the rise of nationalist political parties, some claiming an ongoing inspiration from Nazi Germany is really interesting timing. I love the name Solomon Creed for this character. And I really liked the way synesthesia was conceptualised in this novel and th...
From Dark Places
From Dark Places rated it 4 years ago
A plane crashes on the outskirts of a town called Redemption in the Arizona desert, fire threatens and through the smoke comes a stranger. An albino with no memory and a town with a whirlwind of pain heading toward it. All this white haired stranger possesses is a journal from the founder of the t...
Passionate about Books!
Passionate about Books! rated it 4 years ago
I received a free copy of this book from a Goodreads First Reads giveaway. I've heard plenty about this author's Sanctus trilogy, but have never read it. When I saw this, it sounded intriguing, so I took a chance and entered the giveaway. I am glad I did. It begins with a man running from a fire, ...
alwaysbooks
alwaysbooks rated it 4 years ago
A plane crashes near a small town in the Arizona desert and someone is running away from the scene - a survivor or who? Creed doesn't remember anything about himself but does have quite an array of talents. The town is run by corrupt officials who want/have to keep it that way and will do anything t...
pamelaokramer
pamelaokramer rated it 7 years ago
"The Key," the second entry in the "Sanctus" trilogy by Simon Toyne, continues the eerie, scary, and exciting story of a heroine bedeviled, as it were, by her mystical spiritual attachment to an extremely important female biblical character. More about that attachment shall not be revealed herein.It...
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