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The Journey of the Flower Man   (1991)

He is dead, yet he finds himself to be alive.

He has lost his name, so who will he be now?

There is no going back; where will he go?

This is the dilemma that faces the man who is now called the Flower Man.

Where will he go?

Who will he be?



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The White Island Series:
Book One: White Island (2002)

Tom's life is in crisis.

Mix together the incendiary ingredients of drug addiction and a dysfunctional relationship with ‘friend’ Tim and you have a recipe for disaster.

What is the secret that Tim is hiding from Tom that involves their dodgy buddy Harry?

And how does the sudden reappearance, after an absence of several years, of ex-girlfriend Chrissie fit into this?

Why is she here?

Set in the Bay of Plenty landscape common to all of the books in Stephen Bradley’s White Island Series, White Island details ten tumultuous days in Tom's life.

Will he survive?


The White Island Series:
Book Two: The Time Capsule (2012)

Frank’s memory of life before birth creates an evolving dream that expands into the Universe as he grows into his place on Earth.
Frank also witnesses his little brother Charlie’s life evolve: From boy to sports prodigy, from coma victim to healer, from love-struck teenager to modern-day soldier.
Then comes the realisation that one day, having disappeared into his other world of war, Charlie may not return.

Book two in Stephen L H Bradley’s six-volume White Island Series, The Time Capsule is set in New Zealand’s stunning Bay of Plenty, a region of extinct and active volcanoes, intense Pacific energy and ancient lands. It is this landscape that Bradley describes as ‘… the place of my dreaming, the place I visit when I am not looking.’

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The Flying Mile  (2016)

Dad lives as a ghost in our house.

Only Mum and I can see him.

He looks at us as we address him, but does not speak.

He is there when Mum has guests and he is there when we eat, silently watching us across the table.

He does not age as we age, something else is happening to him: he is getting younger.