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The House on Chambers Court

Xavier Gaines a corporate spy on the run, stumbles upon a strange house in a neighbourhood he thought he knew. When the door shuts behind him, he finds himself shanghaied by the mysterious Tamarina Voxana to a land of magic and shapeshifters, charged with stealing The Book of Undone Deeds as hs only hope of reprieve.

Xavier becomes a stranger in a strange land and must stay beyond the notice of the ruthless Guardsmen as well as the powerful Oracle, all who have reason to want him dead. To succeed, Gaines must discover the location of the Book and in the process, the truth of his own inner nature.

Reviews
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Ed A.: Great Read

Entertaining. A bit different tale than what I expected, but once I started in I couldn't put it down until I made it to the end. The character development, and descriptions of the world Xavier was dropped into was well done. I really enjoyed the authors earlier book, The Wizard of Grimmer's Wharf, so I've been keeping an eye out any new books by Mr Scherzinger. And as soon as I saw this title I picked it up.

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Matthew Evans-Koch : Wonderful Read

I purchased the first three of this author's books and read them all in a matter of days. All are very engaging. The development of the characters and the world that the stories take place in are excellent. Once you get into the story the imagery runs in your mind like a movie. The House On Chambers Court is a marvelous tale. Will read again. mk

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Rebecca P : Scherzinger does it again!

I feel lucky to have stumbled onto Greg Scherzinger's books on Amazon. They are beautifully written: clever, full of twists and turns, with lovely depth of character and setting. Scherzinger adds a twinkling of wit that makes them irresistible. I believe there are three so far. Keep writing, Mr. S!

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Mary : I want MORE. Loved the characters

I wanted to read it all in one sitting! The book drew me in and hooked me. A pleasant, suspenseful , well developed story A nice vacation of the mind. Story flow pulled me in quickly. Although I wanted to read it all at once my life doesn't allow that and I found myself thinking about the book throughout the day.