Most Recent Work
Right. Updating this is a little more complicated than I fancy doing at this time of night, so this is just a rough list.
The second James Enys book will soon be out in Kindle – PRICED ABOVE RUBIES.
The eighth Sir Robert Carey novel is coming out in the USA in April – with the lovely Poisoned Pen Press. Its title: A CLASH OF SPHERES
Very excitingly, it will also be coming out in the UK in April with the equally lovely Head of Zeus and the same title.
In July Head of Zeus will be publishing the first three Carey books (A FAMINE OF HORSES, A SEASON OF KNIVES and A SURFEIT OF GUNS) in a physical omnibus edition with the title GUNS IN THE NORTH.
And at the moment I’m in the middle of writing another Jack book – JACK AND THE PUPPIES.
Read them, enjoy – and please post your review on Amazon if you like or even persuade two of your friends to buy them as well!
Elizabethan crime series written as P F Chisholm
Starring the dashing Sir Robert Carey and dour Sergeant Henry Dodd with cameos by scum like William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe.
Available online from Amazon and direct from Poisoned Pen Press.
Lady Grace series
Tales of a girl-detective who\’s a maid of honour to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth I, commissioned by Random House (age group 8yrs +)
Available online from Amazon.
The puppydog\’s tale, told in Doglish by Jack the Labrador (or the Big Yellow Stupid as the Cats call him). Published by HarperCollins and Transworld. Available online from Amazon and direct from Random House.
Elizabethan spy thrillers
Starring ex-soldier David Beckett and quiet Jewish codebreaker Simon Ames.
Firedrake\’s Eye – a plot to kill the Queen at her Accession Day tournament
Unicorn\’s Blood – a hunt for a mysterious book that could destroy the Queen\’s reputation
Gloriana\’s Torch – battling the Spanish Armada and treason at the Queen\’s court.
Available online from Amazon and direct from Macmillan.
About Lugh the Harper in 2nd Century Ireland. Out of print, but occasionally available from Amazon.
The Crow Goddess is now newly available in French translation.
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