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From the midwinter snowdrifts of an ancient Roman villa to a summer stakeout at an exclusive art gallery . . . join DCI Brendan Moran and his team for the first volume of criminally cunning short stories in which the… READ MORE


1916. Shell-shocked soldier Jack MacLennan and his new wife seek to rebuild their lives in rural Ireland, but although the cottage and its environs seem idyllic, the shadow of Sir William Kenton’s dilapidated mansion hangs over the village like a… READ MORE

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Praise for the DCI Brendan Moran series: ‘The story grabbed me from the start and never let up until the final pages, taking me through perfectly credible and well orchestrated twists and turns throughout.’ ‘Well written, a good solid story,… READ MORE

Death Walks Behind You

The much anticipated sequel to ‘Creatures Of Dust’ … DCI Brendan Moran‘s last minute break in the West Country proves anything but restful as he becomes embroiled in the mysterious disappearance of an American tourist. Does the village harbour some dark… READ MORE


The stunning sequel to ‘Black December’ … An undercover detective goes missing and the body of a young man is found mutilated in a shop doorway. Is there a connection? Returning to work after a short convalescence, DCI Brendan Moran’s… READ MORE

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‘Rattle and Drum’ is the story of drummer Scott Hunter’s musical adventures, from early days in his garden shed playing along to Deep Purple and Zeppelin albums to recording with internationally successful British rock band, Jethro Tull. It’s been a… READ MORE

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A novel of Roman Britain’s twilight years . . . AD367: Britannia. The Southern Provinces are shaken by the most ferocious barbarian invasion in living memory. Marius, youngest member of the Corinium council, is caught in a web of intrigue… READ MORE


DCI Brendan Moran, world-weary veteran of 1970s Ireland, is recuperating from a near fatal car crash when a murder is reported at Charnford Abbey. The abbot and his monks are strangely uncooperative, but when a visitor from the Vatican arrives… READ MORE


  “. . . a gripping (better than Dan Brown) plot, great characterisation and relentless pace. . . “ –Rob Lyman, author and military historian. “. . cleverly written, full of suspense and intrigue. The prose is beautifully descriptive overflowing… READ MORE

The Ley Lines Of Lushbury

Tim Herring moves to Lushbury and discovers that the countryside isn’t as boring as he had feared. Who is the strange girl in his garden? And why do the birds of Lushbury fly in straight lines? What is the mysterious… READ MORE