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FIRE & STEEL – KING’S BANE BOOK ONE
AVAILABLE IN E-BOOK AND PAPERBACK FORMATS NOW.
My latest work, Fire & Steel, is now available. It is the first book in a series which follows the migration of the Angles from the neck of the Jutland peninsula in the early 6th Century to the lands we now call East Anglia. The main character is Eofer king’s bane. Many of you will already know him from Sword of Woden-Sorrow Hill as the Angle who married Hygelac’s daughter, Astrid, and he was of course the Angle responsible for the death of the Swedish King Ongentheow during the battle at Ravenswood in the final book of the trilogy, Monsters. Here is the blurb:
523 A.D. Arthur is dead.
As Britannia burns, a small tribe clings to its colony of Anglia.
Across the German Sea powerful enemies covet Engeln itself.
But the English are not easily cowed.
As Spear-Danes threaten the homeland a hero returns,
leading the fightback with ferocity and guile…
SPEESH READS: 6 OUT OF 5 STARS.
‘This is a book the likes of friends Cornwall, Kristian and Low, would give their eye-teeth to have written.’
A new look for my first book, Sorrow Hill…
and Book Two, Wræcca:
A fantastic 5* review for Terror Gallicus from the highly regarded Paul Bennett at Hoover Book Reviews. Paul uses tenths of a star in his reviews once the book gets past four stars in his opinion, 4.1, 4.2 etc, so to get the full five stars is very pleasing. Here is the link :
Here is a link to my latest review at the Historical Novel Society, another great review, this time for the concluding part of the Brennus series, Nemesis.