Having recovered from the horrors of global nuclear war, humanity has finally reached up andout to the stars. Now, Earth relies on its far flung mining colonies and factories to survive. Mike Naylor is a member of the Landers, theelite Skyborne unit serving the Terran Alliance. He is on the front line when the first rumblings of disconten tbegin amongst the Outer Colonies. When the Separatist Rebellion flares up and spreads like wild fire, Mike is recruited to spearhead a new Spec Ops outfit, Assault Team 5. Naylor quickly forges a team of experts, who prove their worth in a series of special missions. But when AT5 are assigned to the frozen hell of Copernicus 9, their skills and capabilities are tested to the limit. Because not all your enemies are in front of you…
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Volume One of a blistering new Sword & Sorcery series, The Wolf Who Would be King.
When a young thief attempts a robbery at the Royal Palace he gets more than he bargained for - a meeting with the King! But this is no average King, he was once a thief himself.
And so begins the saga of a young Northern barbarian’s first encounter with the ancient civilisation of Adelphis. Of the danger that lurks beneath the sophisticated veneer. Of conspiracy and unholy sorcery. And of how a lone wolf becomes leader of the biggest pack of thieves in town!
Classic pulp S&S in the spirit of Robert E Howard!
298 pages, paperback
First in a new Cthulhu Mythos trilogy!
A savage murder on a lonely Dunwich beach draws DS Marcus Hinds into an investigation that threatens his very sanity.
Assisted by local reporter Suzi and conspiracy theorist Bob, Hinds discovers the sinister links between a secret government facility, Sizewell Nuclear Power Plant and Nazi occult experiments. Meanwhile, something inhuman roams the desolate Suffolk coastline....
This novella is a modern take on HP Lovecraft's classic The Dunwich Horror! Previously published in Remnants anthology.
72 pages, paperback
The East Anglia Fens are place of mystery and imagination. The spectral landscape broods under a wide sky. Lonely roads lead to ruined abbeys. Narrow tracks meander off into the marshes. The fog draws suddenly in and there is the always the ever-present, deep, dark water.
Drawing influence from the works of
MR James and HP Lovecraft as well as local myth and folklore, author Robert C Poyton has written thirteen tales set in and around the Fens.
From the truth of what actually happened to King John in The Wash, to the modern day Dunwich Nightmare, these stories will chill you to the bone.
- Caxton Gibbet
- Cobwebs & Dust
- The Scarecrow
- Fenland Ground is Soft for Digging
- Mission 13
- The Squire
- The Confession of Brother Simon
- You Haunt Me
- Willow Drove End
- The Butterfly Collector
- The Fen Hound
- The Dunwich Nightmare
202 pages paperback