The Druid – FREE with Prime Reading UK!

Amazon UK have very kindly included The Druid, book 1 in my Warrior Druid of Britain Chronicles, in their Prime Reading Program which means anyone with a Prime account can read it for FREE! Tell your friends and family, even your mortal enemies and your nemesis if you have one - it would be great... Continue Reading →

Shadow of the Eagle by Damion Hunter – Book Review

You might be familiar with Damion Hunter (actually a pen name for Amanda Cockrell) - their books regularly show on my Amazon page as "suggested reading" and, with great titles and cover art, I've always wondered what they were like. Until now, I had no idea. I was very kindly sent an advance copy of... Continue Reading →

Book Corner: The House in the Marsh by Steven A. McKay

“a story full of suspense, adventure and the threat of sudden, unrestrained violence.” Check out this wonderful review of my latest book by historian Sharon Bennett Connolly!

History... the interesting bits!

For generations, stories have been told about the ruined old house in the marsh outside Wakefield. Stories of hidden treasure, sinister night-time cries, and ghostly figures doomed to haunt the lonely estate for all eternity as punishment for some terrible crime.
This winter, it seems the old talesmight just turn out to be true…

England, AD 1330
John Little, a bailiff living in Yorkshire, has little interest in ghost stories, having seen enough horrors among the living to bother much about the dead. The strange accounts from his fellow villagers have everyone talking though, and it’s not long before he’s asked to accompany a group of curious locals on nocturnal visits to the house in the marsh.
There are more worrying concerns in northern England however, as autumn gives way to winter and rumours of rogue bailiffs attacking, and even murdering people in their own homes, begin to circulate.

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