John S. Raynor is a blind writer based in Cheshire. His first published work, “A Comfortable Death” is based, in part, on the childhood experiences of his wife, Aleth, who was born in the Philippines. After a great deal of research into the history of her country, he turned the experiences into a touching, yet thrilling novel, featuring the stunningly beautiful Lisa Tiguelo. He intends to release more books following Lisa’s experiences.
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Adam Sheldrake, a young British architect travels to Barcelona for what should be a fairly ordinary holiday. By chance, he meets a beautiful, talented, twenty-seven year old Italian artist, Caterina Fonteras at the Olympic Stadium and, from this point, the holiday turns into a life changing experience for both of them. With a common interest in Antoni Gaudi, the famous Spanish architect, they visit the Sagrada Família and are drawn into a world of violent fanaticism, resulting in their capture and imprisonment. This romantic thriller, set in the year 2012 leads the reader into many twists and turns, a major threat to the Catholic faith and some quite extraordinary revelations. Interestingly, whilst written three years ago, “The Gaudi Façade” contains a reference to David Cameron being the Prime Minister, a prediction that in May 2010 came true.