BRETHREN (Book 1 of the Brethren Trilogy)
AS THE CRUSADES RAGE, A SECRET WAR BEGINS…
Will Campbell longs to become a Knight Templar, but first he must serve as apprentice to the foul-tempered scholar Everard, a man of dangerous secrets.
Amir Baybars has fought his way from slavery to beome a fearsome commander, driven by an unquenchable desire to free his people from the European invaders of the Holy Land.
‘ONE OF THE BEST HISTORICAL DEBUTS IN RECENT MEMORY. EXCITING AND ENTHRALLING.’ John Connolly
CRUSADE (Book 2 of the Brethren Trilogy)
BORN TO FIGHT. SWORN TO PROTECT. DESTINED TO BE BETRAYED.
Will Campbell is a Templar Knight, trained for war. But as a member of the secret brotherhood known as the Brethren, he is also a man of peace.
After years of bloodshed, the Brethren have helped to create an uneasy truce between the Christian and Muslim forces in the Holy Land.
But there are those on both sides for whom peace is not an option.
And when an assassination attempt is made on the new Grand Master of the Temple, Campbell finds himself caught in a devastating web of deception and destruction as the Eastern world rushes headlong towards a catastrophic conflict.
‘WONDERFUL… LOADED WITH ATMOSPHERE, ACTION, AND INTRIGUE. THE CRUSADES COME ALIVE.’ Steve Berry
REQUIEM / THE FALL OF THE TEMPLARS (Book 3 of the Brethren Trilogy)
THE CRUSADES ARE OVER. AND EUROPE IS IN CHAOS.
After years fighting in the desert sun – and secretly working for peace with the Brethren – Will Campbell returns to find his Scottish homeland under attack by his enemy, King Edward I.
Betrayed by those he has served since boyhood, torn apart watching his daughter plunge into a dangerous affair, Will must now forge his own path to peace – even if it leads through another battlefield.
But a new threat is rising in France, where a warrior king will stop at nothing to achieve his twisted ambitions.
The fight for the Holy Land is over. But the Temple’s last battle has just begun.
‘REMARKABLE ACCURACY, ACTION-PACKED EFFICIENCY AND GUT-WRENCHING VIOLENCE.’ The Times