A dead father. A missing Spirit. An ancient manor with far too many locked doors.

Read the first book, A Murder of Crows, now.

Or explore more of Ravenscourt​

“The use of magic here is *gorgeous*”

-Roshani Chokshi

Dramatis Personae

Edward Crowe

I hadn’t seen my uncle for more than a decade, ever since Dad banished him from our house one wintery night. Hearing from him is definitely not a good thing.

Maris Crowe

None of us particularly loved the drafty old house in Caledonia, but I think Mum must’ve hated it most of all — and she truly hated all the rumours in the village about William.

Isaac Carver

I’ve only met Isaac briefly since coming to Ravenscourt. I can already tell he’s a bit of a prat.

Abigail Crowe

I’m thirteen years old, and Mum would say I have more sass than sense, but at least I’ve never killed a  Vanda coerulea orchid with overwatering.

Beatrice LeNoir

Ravenscourt’s gardener is very odd. She’s fond of stories and knows plants almost better than Dad — but I think she knows more than she’s telling us.

Samantha Carver

Finch Goodfellow

William Crowe

My little brother. He once almost set the garden on fire because he wanted to see if teasel plants burned green. I swear I don’t know why we keep him.

Emily Carol

The daughter of Corvick’s local pastor, I’m not sure what to make of Emily. She’s drab and drawling, and more than a little mean… but in a fun way? I guess?

Sir Bentridge

Explore the Manor

About an hour’s drive from Eboracum in the north of Anglia, deep in the pre-historic forest known as the Blackwood, the crumbling ruins of an ancient manor house lie abandoned to the elements.

Read A Visitor’s Guide to Ravenscourt Manor