The Death of Robin Hood out in paperback

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My final and I think finest Outlaw Chronicles novel – The Death of Robin Hood – is now out in paperback. I hope you enjoy it, and if you do please leave a review somewhere. It’s been a long journey but now we must bid farewell to Alan, Robin and Co. Huge thanks to all my readers for supporting the series. And one day, who knows, there may be more adventures for Robin and Alan for me to write. For the moment, though, it’s the end.

You might like to know that I have a new series beginning in October 2017 with Blood’s Game. It’s a bit different from the Outlaw Chronicles, set in the 17th century, for a start, but I hope you find it as satisfying. The first book concerns the attempted robbery of the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London by Colonel Thomas Blood. But the hero of this book, and future novels in this series, is his son Holcroft Blood, a very unusual young man.

I’m not entirely sure about the fate of this website, to be honest. I may continue using it. But then again maybe not. (It’s too complicated to explain here). But you can always contact me on Facebook or Twitter if you want to chat about anything. That’s all for now!

One response to “The Death of Robin Hood out in paperback”

  1. Guy Hennigan says:

    Oh, that’s such a shame Angus, I’ve come to consider Alan as a companion much the same as Derfel in Bernard Cornwells “Warlord” trilogy. It is a bit like losing a friend. I have enjoyed immensely your “Outlaw Chronicles”, many many thanks. I don’t know if other folk have mentioned this to you, but I picture your Robin as Russell Crowe, who I think played a very good Robin Hood in a half-decent film with a very poor ending. Anyway, I look forward to “Blood”! Cheers, Guy

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