Stories

My short stories and novelettes are as follows:

Leathern Men

Available:
Amazon Kindle

Released August 2012

Kozef and Ceinan – itinerant soldiers of fortune and hard-on-their-luck seekers of glory – agree to evict a band of violent thugs from a small city inn in exchange for food, drink and lodging for the night. The ruffians, however, prove to be journeymen of the Tanner’s Guild, the criminal syndicate that dominates the city of Thieudan through violence and intimidation. Kozef and Ceinan draw down the hostility of the entire guild and must fight to save not only their own hides, but also the lives of those who they first set out to help.

15,000 words.

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The Playwright’s Woman

Available:
Amazon Kindle
:: Smashwords
Released January 2012

In late Victorian London, playwright Kevin Francis Darley struggles with both poor reviews and writer’s block. He begins a dalliance with the mystical spirit absinthe and meets – and falls immediately in love with – an enigmatic young woman from his homeland. She inspires and enlivens him, but the man who knows Kevin better than any other cannot help but be wary of the profound and disturbing change that he sees in his friend.

A Gothic short story. 5,400 words.

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Abomination

Available:
Amazon Kindle
:: Smashwords
Released September 2011

In 9th century France, the zealous warrior Ragenard is finally within striking distance of his greatest enemy, a necromancer dead-set on disturbing the natural order of Creation. Their final battle ensues: one combatant fights with wrought iron, the other with the risen dead, although all is not as it seems about the two opponents and their enmity.

A historical fantasy/horror short story. 3,600 words.

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