A Clash of Lions

A Clash of Lions A war on two fronts. A deadly threat from within. 1346: Sent back to England in the wake of the tremendous victory at Crécy, Simon Merrivale is at once caught up in a new emergency as a powerful Scottish army sweeps into northern England. Joining up...

Praise for A Flight of Arrows

Paul Doherty, author of The Nightingale Gallery ‘Like one of those exquisite tapestries with interlacing strands in an array of vivid colour […] a truly enthralling account of the events leading up to Crecy. Compulsory reading for all who enjoy that most...

A Flight of Arrows

A Flight of Arrows Two kings. Two nations. One crown. 1328. After years of civil unrest between England and France, Charles IV dies, leaving no apparent heir. His closest heir to the throne is Edward III of England, but it passes instead to Charles’...