My Books

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Holmes

The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

This anthology includes tales that may have inspired Conan Doyle to create Holmes, some that competed with him for the public’s affection, and some that sought to fill the gap between his apparent death at the Reichenbach Falls and his reappearance a decade later. Holmes may have defined the early “golden age” of detective fiction, but he was far from alone.

Bookshop.org
Amazon
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstone’s
Books-A-Million
Goodreads
Google Play Store (with free sample!)
Publishers’ Weekly


More Deadly than the Male

More Deadly Than The Male

My second anthology of classic horror fiction is all about the ladies. Features Mary Shelley – of course – and some surprise guests including Louisa May Alcott, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Edith Wharton.

Bookshop.org
Amazon
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstone’s
Books-A-Million
Goodreads
W. H. Smith
Google Play Store (with free sample!)
Publishers’ Weekly


Colonial Horrors

Colonial Horrors

From Increase Mather to H. P. Lovecraft, this anthology of classic horror tales pays tribute to the birthplace of American horror: the Colonial era with its dark woods, stifling religion, and witch hysteria. If you like Sleepy Hollow, Colonial Gothic, or even Assassin’s Creed III, these stories are where it all began.

Bookshop.org
Amazon
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstone’s
Books-A-Million
Goodreads
W. H. Smith
Google Play Store (with free sample!)


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Of Gods and Mortals: Celts

I combined my love of Celtic lore with my favorite mythological skirmish game, and this is the result. A whole host of new gods, heroes, and creatures, plus rules for chariots, heroic boasting, and much more.
Amazon
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Ganesha Games
CreateSpace
Books-A-Million
Goodreads


Nazi Moonbase (Dark Osprey)

UFOs, super-science, and the truth behind the Apollo moon landings. Or not. Like the other Dark Osprey books, this could be used to inspire a Weird War II – into – Cold War game setting, or you could just have fun seeing what all the wacky conspiracy theories look like when they’re stitched together.

Bookshop.org
Osprey Publishing Store
Amazon 4.5 stars – Look Inside
Barnes & Noble
W.H. Smith
Waterstones
Amazon.co.uk
Reviews


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Frostgrave: Tales of the Frozen City

This collection of eleven stories based on Osprey Games’ popular fantasy miniatures game includes my own “Mind Over Matter.” Magic can be powerful – but imagination can be stronger.

Bookshop.org
Osprey Publishing store
Amazon 4.5 stars – Look Inside
Barnes & Noble
DriveThruRPG
Amazon.co.uk


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Werewolves: A Hunter’s Guide

Werewolf lore from Classical Greece to Hollywood, blended with original writing to create a systemless, alt-hist game setting – or just an entertaining read.

Bookshop.org
Osprey Publishing store
Amazon 4.4 stars – Look Inside
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstones
W.H. Smith
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Rosen Publishing (U.S. hardback edition)

Reviews


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Theseus and the Minotaur

A retelling and analysis of the Theseus myth, including hints of its true historical origins.

Bookshop.org
Osprey Publishing store
Amazon 5 stars – Look Inside
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstones
W.H. Smith
DriveThruRPG
e23
Rosen Publishing (U.S. hardback edition)
Reviews


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Knights Templar: A Secret History

Templar history blended with every Templar conspiracy theory ever devised (and one completely new one) to create a systemless game setting – or just an entertaining read.

Bookshop.org
Osprey Publishing store
Amazon 4 stars – Look Inside
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble (4 stars)
Waterstones
W.H. Smith
DriveThruRPG (5 stars)
e23
Reviews


Thor

Thor: Viking God of Thunder

The complete myths of Thor retold, with analysis of the Icelandic sources and of Thor’s continuing significance in contemporary culture.

Bookshop.org
Osprey Publishing store
Amazon 4 stars – Look Inside
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstones
W.H. Smith
DriveThruRPG
e23
Rosen Publishing (U.S. hardback edition)
Reviews


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The New Hero, vol. 1

Includes my 20s airpulp story “Against the Air Pirates.” After a series of robberies and the murder of a friend, a two-fisted aviator takes on a rogue German zeppelin in the South Seas of the inter-war years.

Stone Skin Press Store
Amazon – Look Inside
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstones
W.H. Smith
DriveThru Fiction


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The Lion and the Aardvark

Includes my fable “The Lemmings and the Sea,” along with the work of sixty-nine – count ’em, sixty-nine – other great writers!

Stone Skin Press Store
Amazon – Look Inside
Amazon.co.uk
Barnes & Noble
Waterstones
W.H. Smith
DriveThru Fiction


Still in Print

in print

Blood and Honor, my 2006 Dungeons & Dragons novel, is available as an audiobook from Amazon and the iTunes store. The print edition of this fantasy-noir adventure earned 4 stars on Amazon.

GURPS Faerie, GURPS Middle Ages 1, and GURPS Vikings are all downloadable from Steve Jackson Games’ e23 online store.

Colonial Gothic, the tabletop RPG of mystery, horror, and conspiracy at the dawn of American history, is available from Rogue Games’ online store and your favorite game retailers and e-tailers. Imagine the flashbacks from Sleepy Hollow or National Treasure if they had been co-written by H. P. Lovecraft and Dan Brown. If your FLGS doesn’t stock Colonial Gothic products, whine until they do!


The Deep Stacks

Books

I am working on a complete bibliography.

Here is what I have covered so far. I have included links for everything that is still available.

My Complete and Utter Warhammer Bibliography (Warhammer, WFRP, HeroQuest, AHQ)

My Complete and Utter Warhammer 40,000 Bibliography (WH40K, Adeptus Titanicus/Epic Scale)

My Complete and Utter Cthulhu Bibliography

My Complete and Utter D&D/AD&D/d20 Bibliography

My Complete and Utter GURPS Bibliography

My Complete and Utter Vampire: the Masquerade and World of Darkness Bibliography

My Complete and Utter Fighting Fantasy and Gamebook Bibliography

My Complete and Utter Colonial Gothic Bibliography

My Complete and Utter Dark Future Bibliography

My Complete and Utter Myth and Monsterography

To see everything, click on the Bibliography category.

  1. m gibbs
    June 6, 2019 at 9:27 am

    I always liked Midnight Rogue! 🙂

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