Tag Archives: historical fiction

Pilgrim’s War hits shelves today!

Pilgrim’s War, the first installment in a new and enthralling Crusader series by the master of historical fiction, Michael Jecks, is released today – and we’re very excited! France, 1096. Crowds gather in Sens to hear the man known as the Hermit speak. He talks of a pilgrimage to the city of Jerusalem, one filled […]

Happy Publication Day to Michael Jecks and A Murder Too Soon

We are wishing a very happy publication day to Michael Jecks, as the second title in his Blackjack Tudor mystery series, A Murder Too Soon, hits bookshelves today! In this thrilling new adventure, former cutpurse and professional assassin Jack Blackjack has deep misgivings about his latest assignment – to eliminate a spy in Princess Elizabeth’s household… June, 1554. Jack Blackjack has been despatched to the […]

Happy publication to Michael Jecks and Blood of the Innocents

Yesterday saw the publication of Blood of the Innocents, the latest novel by master of historical fiction Michael Jecks. Blood of the Innocents is the thrilling finale to the Vintener Trilogy; a historical adventure following a vintaine of soldiers through the Hundred Years War, and follows the first two books, Fields of Glory and Blood on the Sand. France, […]

Happy Publication Day for Quintin Jardine and Mathew’s Tale!

We’re wishing Quintin Jardine a happy publication day as his landmark 40th novel Mathew’s Tale is published today in paperback by Headline! Mathew’s Tale tells the remarkable story of a man’s quest for justice – at any cost… 1818, Carluke, Lanarkshire. Mathew Fleming returns home to Scotland following heroic service at the Battle of Waterloo. After […]