Preacher, Prophet, Beast

Preacher, Prophet, Beast

Harper Fox / Dec 13, 2019

Preacher Prophet Beast This is the seventh book in the Tyack Frayne Mystery series Lee would gladly trade all his psychic gifts for a chance at ordinary life with his husband and his little girl Three years into their marri

  • Title: Preacher, Prophet, Beast
  • Author: Harper Fox
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  • This is the seventh book in the Tyack Frayne Mystery series Lee would gladly trade all his psychic gifts for a chance at ordinary life with his husband and his little girl Three years into their marriage, they re settled in their new home but the House of Joy can t shield them from an oncoming threat with the power to uproot their whole world Lee can t define itThis is the seventh book in the Tyack Frayne Mystery series Lee would gladly trade all his psychic gifts for a chance at ordinary life with his husband and his little girl Three years into their marriage, they re settled in their new home but the House of Joy can t shield them from an oncoming threat with the power to uproot their whole world Lee can t define it further, and even his beloved Gideon can t unmask a monster with no face at all Gideon is mired in problems and secrets of his own as he struggles to adjust to his new rank and the complexities of plainclothes police work with CID, and for once the devoted Tyack Frayne partnership is failing to communicate Turbulent times in the world at large reach deep into the Bodmin heartland, and the village of Dark is without its guardian constable More than Lee and Gideon can possibly know has been depending upon their rapport, and as the summer rises towards the longest day, a new and unfathomable kind of Beast is afoot on the moors

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        Harper Fox is an M M author with a mission She s produced six critically acclaimed novels in a year and is trying to dispel rumours that she has a clone twin sister locked away in a study in her basement In fact she simply continues working on what she loves best creating worlds and stories for the huge cast of lovely gay men queuing up inside her head She lives in rural Northumberland in northern England and does most of her writing at a pensioned off kitchen table in her back garden, often with blanket and hot water bottle.She lives with her SO Jane, who has somehow put up with her for a quarter of a century now, and three enigmatic cats, chief among whom is Lucy, who knows the secret of the universe but isn t letting on When not writing, she either despairs or makes bread, specialities foccacia and her amazing seven strand challah If she has any other skills, she s yet to discover them.


    1. Another very good entry in a favorite series. Both Lee and Gideon are firmly on my favorite characters list, and here we see them taking on a more modern evil, in a paranormally flavored way. Familiar secondary characters, from Gideon's brother and mother to the guys' little uniquely-talented daughter, make an appearance. This book includes one plot device I'm not fond of, because it feels emotionally manipulative. But there are wonderful scenes, and the love between these two comes through the [...]

    2. I was super excited about this but it just didn't work for me the way the last few books have. I had a couple of issues.A big part of the story had to do with a political rally and there were all kinds of comments about the world as a whole backsliding and in particular our messed up politics in the US. I'm not disagreeing with what the author was sayingl of it true.but I read books to get away from the nightmare that is the US political scene right now and I do not want to read about it in my b [...]

    3. What a great series oroughly enjoyed this. The brilliant relationship between Gideon & Lee, the love of good friends and the deep spiritual side of old Cornwall. This was almost full circle for many of these characters the impact of one soul onto another. I really enjoyed the historical side of this story - the old language and the Druid / Pagan beliefs, there's always more to this world than just the things we can see ❤️

    4. Audiobook review2,5 starsHmm I don't know This book was just too much but also not enough at the same time. And I kind of want to say: "What a bloody mess"I love this series, and each and every book up to this one has been a great and wonderful read. So after finishing this one I'm a bit disappointed. I would say this was by far my least favourite instalment in this series to date. It felt lacking on so many levels. I missed the wonderful atmospheric feel that Fox created in her other books, and [...]

    5. Through the past six books, I fell in love with Lee and Gideon, their family, and the life they'd built. So I was expecting this latest addition to be an automatic 4 stars. Unfortunately, book #7 fell short.There's not much to add to Gideon and Lee's relationship. They're a done deal at this point. The two have their daughter, Tamsie, and a beautiful home. They've got it all.So I didn't mind that the relationship aspect of the book was low-key. I don't expect anything new at this point. I was ju [...]

    6. ~ 4.5 Stars ~ God, this series. I’m running out of words to express my love for these characters and my appreciation of author Harper Fox’s gift of them to her readers. Beginning with book one, she’s crafted a homey feeling of family, friends, and townspeople who have faults and strengths, as we all do—some are just downright awful, as some humans are—but then she’s created this gorgeous romance between Lee Tyack and Gideon Frayne amongst it all, and then imbued the scenery with Corn [...]

    7. A refreshing visit with our Cornish duo: mystic powers and modern fearsThis is another addition to the Tyack and Frayne mystery series. I highly recommend that you read them in order, starting with 'Once Upon a Haunted Moor.' Too many characters and history criss-crossing through them for you to read them out of order.We have Gideon, newly promoted Detective Sergeant, and Lee stay-at-home dad with by appointment psychic hours. Each man is a force of good, and their bond is strong and sweet. This [...]

    8. Preacher, Prophet, Beast(Tyack and Frayne, Book 7)Harper FoxFoxtales Publications, 2017It is hard for me to write an unbiased review of a Harper Fox novel. I suppose I might try by noting that each volume of the Tyack & Frayne series is inevitably “lesser” than Fox’s other books, if only because, as separate units of a larger whole, no one of the books can be as complete as a stand-alone work of art. Each book in the series necessarily depends on the others to make any sense at all. Ri [...]

    9. The magic is heavy in this one, as are the Cornish references. The former isn't as successful as the latter. I think part of the reason the usually, well, magical magic isn't as successful here as in most of Fox's stories are the multiple references to very recent and ongoing international events. Do I understand why they're there? Sure thing. Will they possibly feel less jarring in the future (aka "too soon? ")? Most likely. Part of me pumped my fist because, yeah, so much bullshit going on rig [...]

    10. Fantastic4.5 starsI love this series, Gideon and Lee are one of my all time favourite couples, I like how strong their relationship is and how they work together. I really enjoyed the family aspect of this one, the family you are born into and also the family you make throughout your life, and how far you would go to protect them. Zeke is one of the best secondary characters. He could have been 2 dimensional but his character arc with his struggles over the 7 books has been fantastic and really [...]

    11. It's approaching midsummer in Dark and Gideon Frayne and his husband Lee Tayack are brining up their now 2 year old gifted daughter Tamsyn surrounded by friends. But the beast is back and strange things are happening including the uprising of a group calling for Cornish purity.The author weaves a lot of pagan mysticism through the story, including references to the three witches, moon stones and the myths of the hare running Widdershins. Some of the story felt a little confused at times but over [...]

    12. Not my favourite, but only because I don't like it when the Tyacks and Fraynes are unhappy, unsettled or burdened in any way.But of course, it's all resolved - thankfully, beautifully, happily.Happy if there's more. Of course.

    13. 4.5 starsI absolutely loved this book. Harper Fox has such a gorgeous way of slowly unfolding a story, that it forces you to stop racing to get to the end and just enjoy the journey. I think I loved everything some people didn't like, including the tension between the Tyack-Frayne's and Gideon's new, ability? (I can't wait to see how *that* is going to get handled and how much influence Tamsyn will have in helping Lee and Gideon control it).All in all, this was a bloody wonderful read.

    14. Lovingly and beautifully written with many references to the events in the previous books (do read them in order!) and to local history/folklore. The great advantage of reading a series is that you can catch up with these characters and see the progress that has been made. Another reviewer mentioned the use of a particular plot device (view spoiler)[think Bobby Ewing shower scene (hide spoiler)] and I have to agree that I'm also not a huge fan of this. However, in a series like this, which featu [...]

    15. Oh WOW! You know I love this series and Tyack and Frayne have become two of my most favourite characters. But more than this, just when I think I have read the last book in the series and console myself to fact that I have to say goodbye to these guys, Harper always gives my a whoop of joy when I see another book is out! Harper never makes any promises about writing another book in this series so there are never any cliffies to be dealing with at the end of each book, all rounded off nice and co [...]

    16. I think someone's been at the Harry Potter Time Turnerd there should be no recriminations at the outcome either. This was a very complicated story, and at times it appeared that there too many threads to bring everything to a satisfactory conclusion, but as long as everyone is OK at the House of the Wolves, all is right with the world.Is this the end? Who knows, but I'll keep hoping that the Tyack-Frayne household make further appearances in the future. 4 stars.

    17. This is one of my very favourite, go to series. As soon as another book is promised, I'm up there pre ordering from . Chills up the spine spookiness from the pen of Ms Fox with a little "Time Manipulation" for good measure.Such a great paranormal influenced series. Cannot recommend highly enough.Five definite Twilight-Zone-Spooky-Music Stars.

    18. This actually might be my least favorite of the series.To be fair, it's been several months since I've read the previous books, and I read those ones all in one go, so it's possible coming into this one without all the other books fresh in my mind played a part. The writing was wonderful as always, but it felt like the book strayed a little too far into mystic land, at least for me. I've really enjoyed the supernatural elements in the previous books, but here it was a little bizarre and confusin [...]

    19. While I've really loved the previous books in this series, this one just didn't work for me for several reasons. One, frankly I found it confusing and I think I would have needed to re-read at least the last couple of books to remember the history of all of the characters. Two, It felt like there was just too much of everything going on in the story plotwise, except any meaningful relationship time between Gideon and Lee other than sex. It was just too busy. Three, I always hate when an author i [...]

    20. I finished this one and sort of felt confused and disgruntled. Ever since the baby started manifesting powers I've been a little less enchanted with this series. So to speak. I feel like Gideon and Lee had enough going on without everybody and their brother suddenly having powers or gifts, too. Still enjoyed revisiting these characters, but the larger story arc is sort of eh.

    21. When I stumbled onto Once Upon a Haunted Moor, book 1 of Harper Fox's Tyack & Frayne series, I thought I found a great paranormal way to escape reality for a bit. Well, now with the recent release of Preacher, Prophet, Beast book 7 I realize that, yes it's still a great escape, a chance to let go and recharge but it's also an amazingly balanced tale of mystery, drama, and romance wrapped in a whacky paranormal bow that never fails to make me laugh, shudder, and smile all at the same time.On [...]

    22. I've enjoyed every book in this series. Book #6 seemed like an ending, so I was surprised to learn the series was continuing. This book is just as good as the others and I hope there will be even more. The plot includes almost every important character from the previous books, as well as the continuing theme of ancient traditions and beliefs. I really like Pendower, especially, and he is pretty central to this story. We even got to see a little bit of his point-of-view. But, as always, it's all [...]

    23. The Tyack and Frayne Mysteries is a series of book's that I started last Christmas and just adored. Harper Fox is a wonderfully lyrical and talented author. I adore the MC's Gid and Lee with the vivid scenery of Cornwall playing always like a third main character.I've had this on my kindle since it was realised perhaps a month or two ago but was putting it off due to other books always slamming themselves to the front of my TBR list.I really enjoyed the latest ( could it be last?no word) mystery [...]

    24. Another great Lee and Gideon - they are a favourite couple so always predisposed to love!I did get a bit confused at times, and with pretty much all the key characters from the previous books either getting a mention or making an appearance it does do to have read the whole series. This is a series where I will reread sometime as all the plot lines circle back around.Now on this one, it did feel as if we had gone down the rabbit - or maybe it should be hare - hole. Lots of information gathered, [...]

    25. This is another awesome addition to one of my favorite series ever! Yaaaay!!! I thought that the last installment, The Third Solstice was the last one we’ll see of Lee and Gideon so I was on cloud nine when I found out that there will still be more Tyack and Frayne adventures!If you’ve read the series from the start – you’d already know the strong undercurrent of darkness in it. Darkness in the form of many mysterious things from the Bodmin ‘beast’ to wondering souls and even the man [...]

    26. I adore these two men, and this was another wonderful addition to one of my favorite series. Both Lee and Gid are struggling with their own "demons." Gid is understanding that his promotion to CID isn't what he really wants in his heart of hearts. He was meant to be guardian of Dark. Lee's struggles are of the paranormal nature. He keeps seeing a mask threat and can't pin down who or what it could be. Things culminate around the Pride Parade in the area and the midsummer's solstice, as most thin [...]

    27. Highly Recommended.Excellent addition to the series. Very well written, as one would expect from Harper Fox. Gideon and Lee's stories, full of magic and mystery, are among my favourites. Lots of twists and turns in this one, making it difficult to predict the ending. I enjoy the supernatural element to the stories and the use of old Cornish myths to add to their haunting and ambigious spirit. I get the feeling that this may be the end of the Tyack and Frayne series, I sincerely hope not, but, if [...]

    28. I suppose Alisa said it best here/review/showI can't say that I didn't enjoy reading this installment of the series, but like Alisa, I was a bit disappointed. (Not to mention confused *headdesk*)It was great spending time with all the wonderful characters and to see Zeke "unbend" a bit and perhaps things will calm down for a while in Dark perhaps!!! ;D

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