Returning home to Liverpool in 1805, William King’s determination to speak out against slavery brings him into direct conflict with his father. Interweaving politics, romance and the fortunes of war, this novel reflects the turmoil that preceded the end of British involvement in the slave trade. (Contains material previously published in Ice King.)
Lost Legend of the Thryberg Hawk
The Mystery Crossbow Boy Who Saved the Fortunes of York at The Battle of Towton
Jack Holroyd’s novel tells the story, ‘missing’ from history, yet kept alive in folk memory, of the young Yorkshire crossbow archer, Edmund Hawksworth, who killed two prominent Lancastrian lords and turned events in York’s favour at the Battle of Towton.