Faces of Darkness pre-order now LIVE!

Worldwide Kindle link -->> viewbook.at/FacesOfDarkness Paperback version to follow! When a young noblewoman is brutally assaulted in her own manor house, two former outlaws decide they must solve the mystery, before things go too far… CROFTUN, NORTHERN ENGLAND WINTER, AD 1328 Lady Isabella de Courcy is found alone in a room bolted from the inside,... Continue Reading →

Wolf of Wessex by Matthew Harffy REVIEW

I’ll be honest from the start and say this was sent to me for free – an “Advance Review Copy” as it’s called in the business. I have enjoyed Matthew’s writing since his first book and been hugely impressed (and inspired) by his writing career so far. So, when he asked if I wanted to... Continue Reading →

Steven A McKay: Warrior Druid of Britain (Review)

“…enjoyed the fact that he showed how after the Romans left there were still remnants there, not just the houses falling down that you get in some books, but real people, with real knowledge and skill.” Nice double review of The Druid and Song of the Centurion here from Robin Carter at Parmenion Books – check out what he has to say!

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book cover of The Druid(The Druid)

Northern Britain, AD430

A land in turmoil. A village ablaze. A king’s daughter abducted.

In the aftermath of a surprise attack Dun Buic lies in smoking ruins and many innocent villagers are dead. As the survivors try to make sense of the night’s events the giant warrior-druid, Bellicus, is tasked with hunting down the raiders and thwarting their dark purpose.

With years of training in the old ways, two war-dogs at his side, and unsurpassed skill with a longsword, Bellicus’s quest will take him on a perilous journey through lands still struggling to cope with the departure of the Roman legions.

Meanwhile, amongst her brutal captors the little princess Catia finds an unlikely ally, but even he may not be able to avert the terrible fate King Hengist has in store for her.

This, the first volume in a stunning new series from the bestselling author of Wolf’s…

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Faces of Darkness cover reveal!

Another new book from me! Following Song of the Centurion in September, and Lucia in October, I expect my new Forest Lord novella Faces of Darkness (starring Little John and Friar Tuck) to be available in late December. Below is the cover art, along with a blurb that will probably change. The book runs to about 30,000 words, making this the longest novella... Continue Reading →

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