Timeless Keepers


The magical, mystical saga of the past and future Tammabukku and its core initiates, whose oath not even death could break, continues in this riveting third volume of THE TAMMABUKKU CHRONICLES. As with SERCH BYTHOL and INNER MAGNETS, TIMELESS KEEPERS deals with the immediate present, the past present and the future present. The main characters traverse time and space through time travel and rebirth to be together and come to terms with who they once were and who they strive to be.


David Pierson becomes increasingly disenchanted with the monster of fame and takes refuge in his twin flame wife Lia Bailey, and their mystical Georgian mansion Beak’s End, which they learn sits on hallowed ground. David travels back to the Edwardian era to be with Ambrose de Ripariis, his spirit twin and fellow Occultist, but faces a major challenge when Ambrose is reborn as a troubled child named Beau Rivière. When Lia discovers she is pregnant, she and David know that the child is the reincarnation of Lia’s former father, Nathaniel Ley, the spirit who once possessed Beak’s End.


This volume’s spellbinding climax centers on the major characters’ centuries-long feud with the Peacock family. The Peacocks, whose wealth and power have vanished like the one-time glory of their besieged mansion Hinterlands and are going insane, have been the archenemies of David, Ambrose and Nathaniel through the centuries. However, when both sides discover that they need to work together to fight the malevolent forces, the ancient curse is broken. A buried secret, forgotten for millennia, is unearthed and this secret is the source of indescribable power.


Before pre-ordering your copy of TIMELESS KEEPERS, if you haven’t already done so, read Volume One, SERCH BYTHOL, which readers describe as, “A haunting and exquisite tale of undying love and unparalleled ghost story” and “Liquid chocolate for the brain.” Volume Two, INNER MAGNETS, is hailed as, “A spellbinding sequel!” and “The pages peel off as one strives to uncover more about these characters and their fates.”


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