A thriller set in the middle of World War Two.
Hot-headed Catalan Angles fought against the Fascists in Spain before joining the British Commandos. In 1941, Naval Intelligence Commander Ian Fleming (of James Bond fame) learns that Hitler wants Franco to help him invade Gibraltar and if the Rock goes, the whole of the Mediterranean will fall prey to the Axis. There's only one chance: with his old crew of Catalan volunteers, Cusi must assassinate Franco . . .
In the midst of World War One, four sailors are charged with attacking Russia.
In 1919 four British sailors were given orders to enter Petrograd Harbour, deliver a British agent into the heart of Soviet Russia, then sink one of the Red Fleet's battleships. The weapons they chose were two small motor torpedo boats, the route overland through snowbound, Communist-infiltrated Finland, then through the dark, icy seas and minefields that guarded one of the most impregnable harbours in the world . . . .
Set during an alternative version of 1938 with Bill James' trademark satirical take on events.
England,1938. War looms, but the Prime minister's talks with Hitler in Munich seem to result in a pact of peace. Now Mount, a secret service officer, is sent on an undercover mission to Berlin. But with all this talk of peace he starts to wonder whether his mission has any point. All until a meeting with Toumlin and two good-time girls from the local bar results in a broken chair. Could this chair have been not only the key to his mission but also the key to peace?
Leningrad is attacked and the war has become personal between the two dictators.
Leningrad is besieged by German troops in an engagement which will eventually last 900 days. The Russians have reduced their forces at Lake Ladoga, not expecting a German attack in the snow. Aware of this, Hitler decides to send in his elite Wotan. The war has become a personal matter between Hitler and Stalin, and Wotan will undergo tremendous suffering and losses to make Hitler's dream come true...
The story of a North African dispute during the Second World War.
North Africa, 1943. Field Marshal Rommel of the German Afrikakorps is sick and disgraced. He decides on a last victory before Hitler calls him home. The elite Brandenburger unit struggles through the trackless desert to spring a surprise on the lately-arrived Americans and their incompetent, Anglophobic General Fredendall. The only man who might warn the Americans is Colonel Nichols, a very British ex-Oxford don...
A historical story about Nazi Germany's elite forces.
SS Wotan were the elite of the elite, who fought and whored and died on the battlefields of Europe, eternally loyal to their Fuhrer, but above all to one another. Their brutal efficiency became the stuff of legends and spawned rumours of sadism and debauchery. They were Nazi Germany's storm-troopers, and they stopped at nothing. This is their story...
The return of The Watchman - deep cover specialist Marc Portman.
When a US State Department official on a fact-finding mission to the Ukraine is placed under house arrest, the CIA hire Portman to get him out of the country. In that dangerous and volatile region, Portman will find himself up against local gangsters, professional snipers and power-crazed cops. But his most lethal enemy comes from his own side.
Among the coral outcrops of the island of Rota, lies the wreck of a Spanish galleon, the Santa Margarita.
Spring 1601. This is a reconstruction of the Santa Margarita's disastrous last voyage, beset by an extraordinary sequence of typhoons and storms. Based on what little is known of the ship's journey overloaded cargo, bad-blood amongst the crew and a curse, we are told a story of greed, horror, deprivation and unimaginable hardship by the handful of survivors rescued from the wreck . . .
A thrilling maritime adventure, the first in a new series set against the backdrop of the English Civil War.
Bristol, England, 1618. Kit Faulkner is a young vagrant orphan, but his life changes forever when two gentlemen spot his potential and he is taken aboard their merchant ship, the Swallow, to be trained for a life at sea. As he rises through the ranks, he risks all in encounters with pirates and French corsairs. Meanwhile, England edges ever closer to civil war, and very soon Kit must chose which side he will fight for . . .
An exhilarating high seas adventure set during the English Civil War.
1649. England has been torn asunder by a civil war that has pitted Parliamentarians against Royalists. Captain Kit Faulkner, bound to the Royalist cause, has been living in exile for the past four years. Faulkner must now support himself with the tiny rump of the Royal Navy that remains loyal. But his loyalties are torn, partly by the desire of his old patron, Sir Henry Mainwaring, who wishes to return home, and partly by the predatory nature of Prince Charles, who has his eyes on the beautiful Katherine Villiers . . .