Sworn to God by Steven A. McKay – Review

“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!

David's Book Blurg

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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Sworn to God out now – paperback & FREE on Kindle Unlimited

Winter's here, and that means another tale starring Friar Tuck! This time he's joined by Little John and Will Scarlet as they look into some odd deaths involving a new religious sect, the Disciples of God. Based on real events, there's mystery, fights, adventures and, of course, a Christmas feast that doesn't go quite as... Continue Reading →

Book Review: LUCIA: A Roman Slave’s Tale by Steven A. McKay

“an incredibly moving story” – 5 stars! Check out this new review of LUCIA on Endo The Road blog. 🙂

Amy McElroy

Genre: Historical fiction
Publisher: Broadsword Publishing
Pub date: 23 October 2020
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

What makes life worth living for a slave of Rome? The promise of vengeance, no matter how long it takes!
At eight years old, Lucia is torn from the life she knew. Her village burned to the ground and parents murdered by Romans, she is kidnapped, sold and shipped abroad to the Villa Tempestatis in Britannia to serve the young Roman army officer Castus.
Faced with a bleak future of decades of servitude to her master, as well as sadistic brutality at the hands of his manageress, Paltucca, she finds herself fixated by one thought alone: vengeance.
Yet Villa Tempestatis, with its picturesque surroundings in Britannia’s green countryside, offers a life that’s a little easier than elsewhere in the Roman empire. The slaves form strong bonds of love and friendship, enjoy feasts and holiday celebrations together, and…

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Sworn To God now available to pre-order on Kindle

My brand new Forest Lord mystery/thriller novella/novel can now be pre-ordered for Kindle (paperback edition will follow soon). It will be published on November 27th and at almost double the length of Faces of Darkness it'll make a great stocking filler for your family and friends! Get it HERE. And here's the blurb: Yorkshire, AD... Continue Reading →

Sworn to God cover reveal. My designers have done it again!

My new Friar Tuck/Little John/Will Scarlet novella/novel Sworn to God is almost finished. The editor has gone over it, and now I just have to sort things in line with her suggestions, so it should be published later this month (November 2020). For now, check out the cover art! It was inspired by a photo... Continue Reading →

The Druid to be translated into Spanish!

BIG NEWS! For me anyway...I've just signed a deal with a Spanish publisher for The Druid. They're going to translate it and do ebook and paperback editions (possibly audio) and I'm really excited, especially given they publish Robert Fabbri, Adrian Goldsworthy's Vindolanda series, and the Master Himself, Bernard Cornwell! Check out their website. Their covers... Continue Reading →

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