There has been a bit of confusion recently about how many books there are in the Outlaw Chronicles series. So here is the definitive answer from me, the author: there are eight full-length novels in the series – Outlaw, Holy Warrior, King’s Man, Warlord, Grail Knight, The Iron Castle, The King’s Assassin and The Death of Robin Hood. There are also three ebook short stories (available from Amazon), which can only be read on an electronic device – there are no paper versions of these tales and probably never will be. They are: The Rise of Robin Hood, The Betrayal of Father Tuck and The Hostility of Hanno.
I don’t have plans (or, much more importantly, a contract with a publisher) to write any more Outlaw Chronicles but never say never. I do have a few ideas up my sleeve for three books about Robin and Alan in the south of France during the Albigensian Crusade, and maybe one about the journey home through Muslim Spain after the Third Crusade. But I won’t be writing them anytime soon.
Fans of the Outlaw Chronicles might like to know that I have a new series beginning in October 2017 with Blood’s Game. This first book tells the story of Colonel Thomas Blood and his attempt in 1671 to steal the Crown Jewels of England from the Tower of London. One of Sir Alan Dale’s great-great-great, etc . . . grandchildren makes a brief appearance and, in my fictional universe, Colonel Blood, a real historical character, is the descendant of Sir Thomas Blood of the Outlaw Chronicles. Blood’s Game, which will be followed by Blood’s Revolution in 2018, is available on Amazon and from all good bookshops. Hope you enjoy it just as much as my Robin Hood stories!