As young Hippolyte comes of age, Queen Hippolyta’s realm is facing a new threat. Can Hippolyte take command or will her inexperience prove disastrous? Who else is attacking the invaders so successfully – can it really be a single warrior that has rid the realm of so many of them and, if so, is that mysterious, unseen warrior a threat to the Amazon armies too?
After a few years of peace in Hippolyta’s realm, the Hun were co-operating to protect the trade routes and even the Alani were quiet. But was there trouble brewing? Pirates were raiding ships on the Black Sea, and combined armies of Ostrogoths, Visigoths and Gepids had just inflicted a crushing defeat on the Hun armies west of the Danube. Was Hippolyta’s realm their next target?
After many years of peace, Hippolyta’s realm was facing a threat from tens of thousands of Hun and Alani. Did Hippolyta’s army of Amazon women still have the fighting skills they had used to defeat previous invaders? And were Danilo’s talents beginning to fade with age; would he be able to gather the information of the enemies’ plans and movements that had been so crucial in previous conflicts?
Visions of the past and the re-appearance of his guardian angel left Douglas in confusion. A battle over forestry encroaching on his land was taking all his time, but a crofter’s cottage hidden in those trees might reveal a secret. Was that what the dreams were all about, or was there more from the past that he needed to know, perhaps buried in the books, letters and clues his mother left him?
Two years had passed since Hippolyta’s Amazon warriors defeated a rogue general of Attila’s army and then dealt with the treachery of the Alani. Now, Hippolyta’s realm was becoming a major trade route. But the Alani armies were growing again and might prove difficult to defeat. There would be war, but when both Attila and the Alani leader died, would the entire region be plunged into anarchy?
As the threat from Attila’s Hun hoards is once again increasing around Hippolyta’s realm, she has a surprise visit from the Alani, a long-time enemy previously allied with Attila, offering an alliance to fight the Hun. Can she trust the Alani? And, more importantly, how much of a threat are the Hun? Will they attack Hippolyta, or is Attila more interested in dealing with the Alani’s treachery?
In the back of Nathan’s mind was a secret vaguely remembered from his childhood that would change him and everyone around him. At a very special house was a Mistress whose destiny was to battle with demons. Nathan was inexorably and painfully drawn back towards the house, but only slowly would the secrets of the past be revealed. The battle with evil had only just started.
Hun armies were creating a problem for Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, killing, looting and pillaging. It was not Attila’s main army, but it was more than enough to pose a threat to Hippolyta and her warriors. Would the Romans’ interests in the region be enough for them to offer help? Could Hippolyta triumph this time, or was this finally the end for the Amazon armies?
Marina must battle with two evil gods who have left their proper place in the Underworld to take over the surface of the planet Lief and are now searching for the Stepping Stones to the Gods from where they can invade the Realms of the benign gods and goddesses. Will this task prove too much for Marina when she faces armies of the undead and ghastly beings from the depths of Hell?
Evil is heading for Earth that will boost the powers of those already evil, enabling them to draw evil beings from the Underworld and even threaten to take over the Realms of the Gods. Someone must defeat them, wielding the power of the Creators that even their own Warrior cannot handle. It is hardly surprising that the Gods of Asgard are worried and suspicious.
Douglas was having dreams. The events in the life of Mary Queen of Scots were being played out before him almost every night. Was he really watching what happened more than four hundred years ago? Would he uncover the truth that had eluded historians for centuries? Would the dreams somehow help him to solve the clues to find the secret family legacy he had inherited from his mother?
Following “The Dunce at the Back of the Class” this book tells of William’s time in the Parachute Regiment, his postings to trouble spots and on manoeuvres, sometimes hilariously funny yet often troubled and poignant. It also tells of his life after the Army, of those who helped him and those who tried to make his life a misery, and of the passing of his only true love.
When a powerful evil force threatens the world, the Gods of Asgard must act, but who has the skills and the power? Without such a leader, nothing can stop evil called from the Underworld. Beasts known by Man only from myth and legend will wreak destruction, and long-dead armies will sweep all before them in a battle to end all battles. Is Marina their only hope? And can she really handle it?
William was an unwanted child, mistreated, beaten and mentally abused. He had to learn to look after himself, to stand up against those who abused him, and to become self-reliant emotionally and physically. William’s story is of a child desperate to reach out to someone or something to find an escape from the cruelty around him. It is a story that he has waited more than sixty years to tell.
Supernatural forces were at work, taking men of the Cameron family as they slept to suffer pain and torment at the hands of a cloaked woman, and each time returning them to their lives in extreme discomfort and haunted by horrific sounds and visions. Why? Because they deserved it…
Hippolyta was a great Queen and a much-feared warrior, enslaving men to serve her and her army of Amazon women. A young man, a barbarian warrior, takes her interest. He would fight to the death rather than be enslaved, but he seems content to serve her in her battle against the marauding Hun. Her commanders are suspicious, but for Hipployta there is something very special about this young man.