When truth and legend conflict, which becomes history?
England, AD 1066. When William the Conqueror turns his eye on wealthy English monasteries, the abbey of Ely finds itself an unlikely champion in the brave but unpredictable Hereward, whose resistance to the Norman invaders soon leads to murder, deceit, robbery, rebellion and finally open war. A century later, a learned monk discovers the truth about Hereward as well as the legend...
The thirteenth action adventure in the Mariner series.
July 2008. Prometheus 4, the first of a new generation of supertankers, plunges round the North Cape, heading for its rendezvous in the Barents Sea with Titan 10, from which it will collect its cargo. Formerly a nuclear submarine, Titan 10's missiles have been replaced by tanks carrying 10,000 tons of oil. But when the two vessels meet, Prometheus 4 finds Titan 10 utterly deserted. And the oil is gone . . .
The United States in crisis.
In the face of increasing terrorist attacks on his own soil, the president of the United States declares martial law and sits for a third term. His country simmers in suspicion and fear. In Chicago, Jason Walker, half Lebanese but thoroughly American, is detained, interrogated and tortured. In exchange for his freedom, he must turn spy for Homeland Security, but it soon becomes impossible to tell who are the good guys . . .
A Mayday signal leads to a charge of murder.
In a terrible storm in the English Channel, Richard Mariner receives a Mayday signal. Plunging across the shipping lanes in his SuperCat, he saves most of the distressed crew from the deadly shoals of Wolf Rock, though the captain has already abandoned ship and is subsequently declared missing, presumed dead. But at the inquiry, Mariner, coincidentally a member of the wrecked ship's board, is astonished to find himself charged with Corporate Killing . . .
The gripping new Richard Mariner adventure.
Richard Mariner battles across Antarctic storms to rescue the tanker Queen Mary, drifting aflame towards disaster, yet when he boards, he finds only opposition and mystery. Did the senior officers die by accident or by design? Just how did the fires start? Is he dealing with businessmen, or terrorists? Richard must work fast for in one hundred hours, Queen Mary will reach a volcanic outcrop, triggering the greatest eruption since Krakatoa . . .
The chilling new thriller from a bestselling author.
When a clandestine corporate organization employs Dr Simon Oakland, a research scientist known for his work on ageing, to come up with a medical solution to alleviate prison overcrowding, they unleash more evil than they had ever dreamed existed. Detectives Palmer Dorian and Tucker Browning, called in to investigate a series of mysterious deaths involving the elderly, are caught up in a sinister and deadly conspiracy . . .
A DCI Henry Christie Mystery.
Willing to do almost anything to escape his desk job, DCI Henry Christie leaps at the chance to go working undercover again. His task, to ingratiate himself with one Ryan Ingram, one of London's top criminals, who has relocated to the north of England. But the last thing Henry needs in this dangerous situation is the appearance of a man bearing a fatal grudge that will jeopardize not only himself, but also his family . . .
A question of faith and politics.
The United States is holding an election, and control of the country may be determined by a single seat in the 'Buckle of the Bible Belt' Tulsa, Oklahoma . . . In Tulsa, recovering methamphetamine addict Seth Stevens is trying to hold his fragile life together. But his decision to campaign for the church-supported candidate forces him to answer an age-old question: what do you do when following your faith means breaking the law? . . .
A Detective Chief Inspector Henry Christie novel.
Reluctantly agreeing to track down three dangerous criminals, DCI Henry Christie's philosophy is that anything that keeps him at the cutting edge of coppering can't be all bad. But then he's asked to close down an investigation into a fatal police shooting, and he uncovers a number of worrying connections. Henry charges headlong into a terrifying conspiracy and finds himself much closer to the cutting edge than even he would have wanted.
A Richard Mariner adventure.
When Richard Mariner's tug Sisyphus is hit by a huge rogue wave off the Greenland coast, only superb seamanship and good luck save her. The vessels ahead of Sissy are not so fortunate and an ever-more desperate race begins as Sissy must pull the stricken submarine Quebec up towards the surface, and somehow keep her there as they battle towards their rendezvous with a rescue fleet at the southern point of Greenland the ominously named Cape Farewell . . .