Loxley, The Chronicles of Robin Hood is now out in paperback, and on most eBook readers.
This new novel is the sequel to last year’s Robin Hood novel “Loxley”, though “Wolfshead” is complete in itself.
The fate of a silver arrow brings blood-soaked terror to the peasants of Sherwood Forest.
England faces uncertainty as the king falls in battle. Nottingham Castle is seething with intrigue as the Sheriff’s power is threatened and Sir Guy of Gisborne faces an old nightmare.
Robin’s fight is more desperate than ever. Friendships are tested as the outlaws confront a new depth of evil.
When even the villagers have turned against him, Robin Hood discovers the true cost of being made wolfshead.
A hunted man – and this time it’s personal…
Wolfshead – complete in itself – is the second in a four-novel sequence The Chronicles of Robin Hood.
A year later the Abdication Crisis seems forgotten and all eyes are on the Coronation that summer. In August the new King George VI will retreat to Balmoral, his remote holiday home in the Highlands of Scotland.As the shadow of war falls across Europe, a sinister conspiracy lies deep within the British establishment.A man lies dead in a woodland glade. An unfortunate accident or has the first shot been fired in a secret war?Sean Miller is recalled home to take on his deadliest challenge – but where do his loyalties really lie?
In a frantic chase, from the slums and sinister alleys of London to the lonely glens of the Scottish Highlands, Miller must hunt and bring down his most dangerous opponent.His mission – to foil the final shot that will plunge Europe into the abyss of a new Dark Age.
A reign of terror sweeps through the Victorian underworld as a menacing figure seeks to impose his will on the criminals of London.
On the abandoned wharves of the docklands and in the dangerous gaslit alleys of Whitechapel, hardened villains are being murdered, dealers in stolen goods and brothel keepers threatened.
The cobbles of the old city running with blood, as pistol shots bark out death to any who resist.
Who can fight back to protect the poor and the oppressed? The detectives of Scotland Yard are baffled as the death toll mounts. There is, of course, William Quest – Victorian avenger. A man brought up to know both sides of the law.
But Quest faces dangers of his own.
Sinister watchers are dogging his footsteps through the fog, as Quest becomes the prey in a deadly manhunt, threatened by a vicious enemy, fighting for his life in a thrilling climax in the most dangerous rookery in Victorian London.
Dead Quest or deadly quest?
An action adventure historical crime mystery by the author of The Shadow of William Quest, A Seaside Mourning and Wolfshead.
What readers are saying about William Quest…
A page turner of a mystery from the start… I couldn’t put this one down for long as I was caught up in the twists and turns of this richly constructed tale.
Great author, fantastic book. Such a unique story and very well told.
A new hero for these times has entered literature, and is destined to capture the attention of all those yearning for a better chapter within the human saga – it is William Quest.
Great read! Couldn’t put it down.
Superb plotting, believable characters, and a very effective writing style
…a real feel for history and storytelling.
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THE SEAFRONT CORPSE by John Bainbridge
Inspector Eddie Chance – Edgar if you want to annoy him – is nobody’s fool, if inclined to be lazy. Newly promoted, he’s looking forward to a quiet life back in his home town.
In March 1931 the Sussex seaside resort of Tennysham is starting to get spruced up for Easter and the first day-trippers.
When a body is found on the promenade, Inspector Chance’s troubles are just about to start…
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