My standalone Roman slave novel, LUCIA, is now available to read for FREE to UK Amazon Prime subscribers! There's always a really good selection on there so it's a good thing for me to be part of. It's also still available worldwide as part of the Kindle Unlimited program and as paperback, hardcover, and on... Continue Reading →
LUCIA, my standalone Roman slave novel, is now available in hardcover! It feels, and looks great, as you can see from the photos (hardcover on the left). They are obviously more expensive than the paperbacks but I know a lot of people collect hardcovers so this might be something you’ll like. Most of my readers... Continue Reading →
Some men serve God best with a sword in their hand... The Abbey of Death is just 99c in the USA during February so if you haven't read it yet, now's a good time to do so! 🙂 As fellow Scottish author Stuart S. Laing says in his 5 star review - "Every single page... Continue Reading →
UK LINK CLICK HEREWORLDWIDE CLICK HERE A very happy Christmas Eve to you, dear reader. I hope you're having a nice time and are excited about the big day tomorrow. If you're looking for something suitably chilly and atmospheric - something in the tradition of the old Xmas ghost stories perhaps - you might want to check out... Continue Reading →
Yep, books 1 -3 in my Warrior Druid of Britain series - The Druid, Song of the Centurion and The Northern Throne - are all available now in a low-priced boxset. You can also get this as a single borrow from Kindle Unlimited. Check them out if you've not read them yet and are looking... Continue Reading →
“It’s fresh and fun, thrilling and brutal all in one.”
First review for Sworn to God, check it out and see what you think!
So David’s Book Blurg has been absent of late. 2020 has been a tough year for us all and like many I’ve had my own share of personal events to deal with. While real life takes priority I’ve still been reading and I’m excited to get back to reviewing and sharing my thoughts with everyone.
I’m coming back with a bang!
Today I’m going to be reviewing Sworn to God by Steven A. McKay.
Here is the blurb –
Genre – Historical Thriller
Yorkshire, AD 1329
A new religious group moves into an abandoned church just north of the village of Altofts, but when men start dying under strange and suspicious circumstances the local bailiff decides to investigate.
The Disciples of God and their charismatic leader, Lady Alice de Staynton, appear truly holy, but something sinister seems to be going on within the walls of the newly refurbished St Joseph’s…
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