In a multi-verse where every world, magical and non-magical is linked, the King’s Witchfinder of Avalon used to lend aid and succor to those with magical power in worlds where it was forbidden. Then the king forbade it. And yet, Seraphim Ainsling, Duke of Darkwater, can’t help but try to help those who need him. Even at the risk of his own life.
I’m excited to announce that Goldport Press has been bringing out the Musketeer Mysteries, originally published by Prime Crime. These books take Dumas’ Musketeers and give them a secret life as purveyors of justice in a dashing but merciless age.
For the other Musketeer Mysteries and the order of the series, look here.
Initially published by Ace/Berkley to raving reviews, this trilogy was a victim of its publishing date at the end of 2001.
I’m not going to pretend it is my most representative series, though it is representative of my morbid fascination with Shakespeare and Tudor England. It is however a magical reconstruction of Shakespeare’s life, and very well received.
Now out from Goldport Press in e-book. Soon to be available in trade paperback edition, in case you read your original copy to shreds as most people seem to have done.