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Fans, friends or prospective agents may contact me directly at justin.wickham@hotmail.com

I've just returned from finishing my second novel, "Through a Watery Veil" - the sequel to "The Girl in the Rain" - and am taking a short break before jumping into the next book.

Here's what's in the works:

"Across Lakes of Sorrow" will be the third book, and I'll be starting the editing/writing process the first of 2014, with a release by late fall of the same. The last book in "The Epic Forgotten" series will be finished by the end of 2015, at which point I'll take a break from writing for a while, and then return to work on my "13 Against the Night" series.

Kindle versions of both books are available on the site below - Barnes and Noble also carries the book for Nook readers.

favourite books

Anything by Bernard Cornwell, H.P.Lovecraft, Richard Matheson, Dean Koontz, Brian Lumley, William Gibson, Neil Gaiman, or Mark Twain.

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The Girl in the Rain: The Epic....

J Christopher Wickham

"The wise man keeps twenty-six ghosts in his library, the Hungarian knows the Deceiver, and the widow carries the words of the dead."


A widow embarks upon a crusade to find the truth about her husband's mysterious death and the chilling faces he saw in the rain. Gwenn Chapel watched the rain wash her husband away like a fingerprint on a window.

Through that watery curtain, Detective John Chapel insisted he saw faces, faces that cried out to him, trying to share with him some secret only he was meant to know. He died chasing those faces, looking for his "Girl in the Rain", and he took those secrets to his grave. Or did he?

With the aid of her husband's cryptic journal, an eccentric history professor and a con artist, she begins a journey that will challenge everything she believed about her husband, her faith, and the limits of her own sanity. Will she be able to face what awaits her at the end of that journey, or will she share the same fate as him?

 

Through a Watery Veil

J Christopher Wickham

The wise man, the widow and the deceiver have returned to discover the truth about a man who only exists in a dream.


Professor James Campbell and Gwenn Chapel thought they'd found their answers, but the sudden discovery of a mysterious artifact renews their search for the truth.

While Gwenn turns to Campbell's oldest rival to unravel a mystery surrounding a 12th century knight and a German mercenary, Campbell also enlists the aid of an unlikely ally to prove that someone is deliberately trying to lead them from the truth. They soon discover that it could be the same truth that John Chapel died trying to expose, but will they succeed where he failed or meet a similar fate?

This sequel to "The Girl in the Rain" promises to deliver more intrigue, surprise twists, and intense, character-driven story as the first book.

 

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Jorre wrote 18 days ago

Will def read pic looks so sad and solemn. Hi, this site makes one hu....

NMDixon07 wrote 25 days ago

Aw, thanks so much, JW!

NMDixon07 wrote 26 days ago

Hi J. I changed something on my book, and as usual, Authonomy.com ac....

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Hi J, Thank you for backing my book, "Soft Comes the Wolf". I a....

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I wrote 40 days ago

I'm putting this on my shelf - I have a soft spot in my heart for anything Lincoln County/Regulators/Billy (I pay homage to him - sort of - in my books). Look forward to the read, and kudos!! JCW view book

I wrote 594 days ago

Thanks to all of you who I haven't personally thanked for your continued support and positive feedback. It makes all of the hard work worth it when I come here to see such great support from those whose opinion (and critical eye) I value most. Regards friends, JC Wickham view book

I wrote 594 days ago

Hi Mark, I'm here for the Club Agatha review, sir. Here are my thoughts, in no particular order... I was interested in the piece because of its unique story, characters and scene locations. Admittedly, I don't think I've read much taking place in France or dealing in Scottish art (probabl... view book

I wrote 607 days ago

Agatha club crit. Hey Abby, you gave me such a thorough review, I thought I would repay the favor and begin my Agatha's club reads with your work. I was pretty excited by your hook - despite it maybe not appealing to a broader audience, it's something right up my alley. Biblical study, specu... view book

I wrote 607 days ago

Agatha club crit. Hey Abby, you gave me such a thorough review, I thought I would repay the favor and begin my Agatha's club reads with your work. I was pretty excited by your hook - despite it maybe not appealing to a broader audience, it's something right up my alley. Biblical study, specu... view book

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