GJ Kelly was born near the white cliffs of Dover, England, in 1960. He spent a significant part of his early life in various parts of the world, including the Far East, Middle East, the South Atlantic, and West Africa. Later life has seen him venture to the USA, New Zealand, Europe, and Ireland. He began writing while still at school, where he was president of the Debating Society and won the Robb Trophy for public speaking. He combined his writing with his technical skills as a professional Technical Author and later as an internal communications specialist. His first novel was "A Country Fly" and he is currently writing the first book of a follow-up series to The Longsword Chronicles.
Book 8 of The Longsword Chronicles.
The epic adventure continues...
Book 7 of The Longsword Chronicles.
The epic adventure continues...
Book Six of the Longsword Chronicles. The warnings of elder times should never be ignored. Foolish child. This is not your path.
When virtual reality becomes alternate reality, who will keep the web safe, and who watches the watchers?
Light and Shadow
Book Five of The Longsword Chronicles
Celebrations in the aftermath of victory at the Battle of Far-gor sweep the lands south of the Teeth, but for Gawain there is to be no joy, and his rest is short-lived. Revelation follows revelation, dread and ancient secrets are revealed, and the lands must stand and fight together once more, though this time, in secrecy.
Sticks and Stones
Book Four of The Longsword Chronicles
Morloch's army of thousands is preparing to advance from the north, elves have abandoned the lands east of Elvendere, and rogue wizards are at large wreaking havoc behind allied lines.
Sight and Sound
Book Three of the Longsword Chronicles.
And Morloch is still far from defeated.
Sword and Circle
Book Two of the Longsword Chronicles.
The nature of the conflict between the kindred races of Man and Morloch is about to change forever...
King of Ashes
Book One of the Longsword Chronicles.
The war with Morloch begins...
An author searching for his family roots discovers a journal written by his great-grandfather. The journal contains remarkable revelations and curious items of physical evidence relating to murder and political conspiracy at the height of Victorian England's golden age of progress.
With secrecy an absolute necessity, the SDTF (affectionately dubbed "Ratcops" by their superiors) is ordered into the sewers to locate and destroy an enemy possessed of greater intelligence, skill, cunning, and common sense than the Officers themselves.
The Teller's Tales (and one from the gunman)
An armed robbery has gone terribly wrong. A young policeman lies dead on the floor, terrified staff are held hostage by a lone and deranged gunman, and the building is under armed police siege.
Hawksley, the shotgun-toting maniac, demands each member of staff tell him a story, promising that the one who entertains him the most will walk free.
Heart of Stone
Professor John Carfax has spent his life searching for evidence to prove his controversial theories concerning the rise of Modern Man from its primitive beginnings. But the tragic loss of his bride shatters Carfax. In his madness, he flees to the wilderness where, armed with his knowledge of Ancient Man, he begins his descent into a world reduced to a struggle for survival.
Michael Johnson's 30th birthday changed his life; from factory worker to healer. A gift from God? Father Simmonds thinks so.
But the enigmatic priest is not alone in realising Michael's awesome potential, and soon the sanctuary he provides becomes both prison and fortress.
The Healer has become a pawn in a deadly game, and the centre of the biggest televised armed siege the UK has ever seen.
A Country Fly
Exposed: a life-shattering secret, cloaked in a conspiracy of silence which has lurked beneath the genteel facade of Hambledean Wicket for nearly fifty years. Life in the village will never be the same.
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