The Immortal Knight, Richard of Ashbury, does battle with the undead outlaws of Sherwood.
AD 1216. A band of outlaws attacks an English manor in the dead of night. The bloody trail leads to the dark heart of Sherwood Forest and Richard is certain that his old enemy, William de Ferrers, has returned.
But England is in turmoil. The barons have erupted into armed rebellion against King John and a French army has invaded the south, seeking to crown a French prince as the King of England.
Richard must do his duty to save England. But he must also journey deep into Sherwood to destroy William and rescue the Lady Marian before she is devoured or turned.
Book 2 of the Immortal Knight Chronicles takes up twenty-five years after the end of Vampire Crusader. Featuring thrilling sword fights, skillful archery, epic medieval battles, political intrigue while weaving real history with the origins of the Robin Hood myth, this is exciting, action-packed historical fiction with a twist.
Reviews of Vampire Outlaw and the Immortal Knight Chronicles
“This was a fascinating and raucously enjoyable imagining of the Robin Hood story, where we see anew the origins of Hood and members of his band like Little John, Friar Tuck and ‘Maid’ Marian.”
“I’d liken it to the Conn Iggulden War of the Roses series… the sense of place and the authentic feel of the era are just as well captured.”
“Highlander meets Interview with the Vampire.”
“I felt like I’d been taken on a ferocious ride through the Forest of Sherwood and out the other side, emerging sodden with blood, entrails hanging from my clothes, yet with an appetite for more.”
“the action is brutal and visceral, with medieval war being shown as the gritty, tiring, bloody mess it is.”
“If Bernard Cornwell wrote vampire novels he’d do extremely well to match this one.”
“it is a cracker. If you were expecting bloody adventure and daring do, it certainly doesn’t fail to deliver.”