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Targets of Treachery


The Last Knight


The war in France is not yet lost but with a child king on the throne it is left to knights such as the Earl of Salisbury, Sir John Falstolf… Read more

The White Company


This is the third book in the John Hawkwood series. The man is a complicated character and is not as immediately likeable as characters like Sir Aelfred, William Strongstaff or… Read more

Waterloo


I first wrote this novel in 2015 to commemorate the bicentennial. In hindsight this was a mistake as my protagonists, at that time, still had 8 years of war ahead… Read more

Erik the Navigator


The pressure from readers was too great and I have written another story about Erik and his bride, Laughing Deer. I always planned on writing one but I hoped to… Read more

Debt of Honour


The genesis of the Border Knight series is set, not in the thirteenth century but it begins with Alfraed and Ridley in the Housecarl series and then grows into the… Read more

The Dragon Sword


I am revisiting the Viking world but this time i am looking at the Dane who became King of England. Cnut was a great king and my series will chart… Read more

Tales from the Sword Book Two


I have many modern stories with untold elements: Bert Harsker, Colonel SInclair, Squadron leader Harsker and Lucky Lady. This book contains a series of short stories about those characters as… Read more

The Battle for France


  The next book in the struggle for a crown series is out at the end of January. The Battle of Agincourt should have secured the crown for King Henry… Read more

Man at Arms: The Battle of Poitiers


The sequel to the first in the Sir John Hawkwood series, Crecy, will be published on Boxing Day (26th of December for my American readers). The battle of Poitiers is… Read more

The Vengeance Trail


This is a book which bridges both the New World and Dragonheart series. It allowed me to finish Dragonheart by referencing S├ímr Ship Killer. I thoroughly enjoyed writing the book… Read more

The Lord of Valencia


This is the last book in the series and as there was so much to pack into it, the book is 25% longer than most of my books. It can… Read more