Tag Archives: Highwayman

The Dreaded Bio

Writing a bio and revealing the inner sanctum leads to an exercise in procrastination. Continue reading

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The Royalist Highwayman

Today marks the anniversary of the capture of Captain James Hind, infamous 17th century highwayman. Captain Hind served as the initial inspiration for my highwayman, in as far as he was a staunch royalist who became famous for targeting Roundheads. There … Continue reading

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Traitor’s Knot: Part 2

Here we are finally with the release of the last instalment of the book trailer for Traitor’s Knot, Part 2. This is all about Elizabeth Seton, a gifted healer who has uprooted herself from Weymouth to live with her aunt in … Continue reading

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Book trailer: Traitor’s Knot Part 1

Finally, the release of my book trailer, Traitor’s Knot Part 1. Continue reading

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Puzzles in the Historical Record: The Highwayman Did It?

Fact or fiction? Blips in the historical record. Continue reading

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Looking for Me?

Today, I’m a guest of English Historical Fiction Authors. You can read about the history of infamous 17th Century highwayman, Captain Hind, in a new blog post titled The Royalist Highwayman. Come on over for a visit.

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Finding the Fugitive King (Part 2): Moseley Old Hall

Find the Fugitive King, Part 2: Charles II takes refuge at Moseley Old Hall and narrowly escapes being found by a company of dragoons. Continue reading

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