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Book 1 in the WARRIOR DRUID OF BRITAIN CHRONICLES
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.
“Dark age adventure at its gripping best.” – MATTHEW HARFFY, author of The Bernicia Chronicles
SONG OF THE CENTURION – Book 2 in the Warrior Druid of Britain Chronicles
After the Princess Catia’s disappearance, and Bellicus’s adventures trailing her Saxon abductors south to the fabled Hanging Stones, the giant warrior-druid is finally returning home.
Battle-scarred, and mourning the loss of a loved one, Bellicus has learned from bitter experience that the gods rarely make things easy. Even if he can evade Horsa’s vengeful pursuit and get back to the North safely, his troubles may be far from over…
“Wow! What a book! Song of the Centurion is a unique story, melding the mystical world of the druids with the legends and history of post-Roman Britain.” – Sharon Bennett Connolly, author of Heroines of the Medieval World
THE FOREST LORD SERIES
England, 1321 AD. When a frightened young outlaw joins a gang of violent criminals their names – against a backdrop of death, dishonour, brotherhood, and love – will become legend.
“McKay’s gift as a storyteller pulls the reader into a world of violence, passion, injustice and revenge and leaves us wanting more!” -Glyn Iliffe, author, The Adventures of Odysseus series
THE WOLF & THE RAVEN
In the aftermath of a violent rebellion Robin Hood and his men must fight for survival with an enemy deadlier than any they’ve faced before…
“Steven A. McKay has found a surprisingly successful way to reinvigorate the story of Robin Hood…thoroughly enjoyable!” – Edinburgh Book Reviews
RISE OF THE WOLF
Sir Guy of Gisbourne is back!
Bent on vengeance against Robin Hood and with a turncoat new lieutenant in tow, an unlikely new hero must stand up for herself…
“This is the best Robin Hood you are ever going to encounter.” – Professor Andrew Latham, author of The Holy Lance, review on Medievalists.net
BLOOD OF THE WOLF
ROBIN HOOD RETURNS!
And this time the legendary wolf’s head is working for the sheriff…
“McKay calls time on his highly original Robin Hood series with a gripping, action packed finale.” – Parmenion Books
KNIGHT OF THE CROSS
Rhodes, 1309 AD.
The good Knights of St John battle ancient evil as mysterious disappearances and insane devil-worshippers threaten to turn the island into a bloodbath…
“A fabulous action-filled read that manages to pack an epic punch into a novella-sized story.” – Matthew Harffy, author of The Serpent Sword
FRIAR TUCK & THE CHRISTMAS DEVIL
Strange thefts; cloven hoof-prints in the snow; a house burned to the ground. Something evil stalks the icy streets of Brandesburton and former mercenary Tuck must find out what, before it’s too late.
“…a heart warming tale, wrapping the deep meaning of Christmas in amongst a clever little mystery…a perfect Xmas tale!” – Parmenion Book Reviews
“A delightfully crafted, deceptively simple little glimpse of life in early 14th Century England.” – Steve Denton of Speesh Reads
When two lawmen – fabled former outlaws themselves – are sent to a snowy English village to arrest a rapist it seems a straightforward task, but is all as it first appears?
All he wanted was a quiet drink…
It’s spring, 1323 AD, and John Little, notorious outlaw, seeks to forget his troubles in a Barnsley alehouse. He didn’t count on the place being packed to the rafters with drunk, belligerent Scottish mercenaries though.
“A short tale of Little John that packs a wallop as vicious as his quarterstaff!” – Parmenion Book Reviews
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THE ABBEY OF DEATH
He wanted to find peace in prayer, but some men serve God best with a sword in their hand. Will Scarlet, disillusioned and lonely now that he’s no longer part of the outlaw gang, becomes a monk but it’s not long before his fighting skills are needed once again….
“Stunningly good…bloody superb!” – SPEESH READS
THE RESCUE AND OTHER TALES
A paperback (and Audible) collection of three shorts – The Prisoner, “The Escape” and “The Rescue” with new author notes, for those who hate ebooks!
“NOW YOU MUST DIE, WHORE.”
YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, AD 1328
Lady Isabella de Courcy is found alone, in a room bolted from the inside, unconscious, and with a dagger brutally forced through her hand into the floorboards beneath. Attached to the blade is a note bearing a shocking statement of intent, but this is just the latest in a line of similar, terrifying events.
This fast-paced standalone tale from the author of The Druid sees the return of two much-loved characters and is based on a shocking real-life case from the 1980’s which remains unsolved to this day.
“A gem of a story…Faces of Darkness offers an intriguing plot based around a real life event…add in the perfect pace and you’ve got a winner!” 5/5 – David’s Book Blurg
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