The Tapestry of Death is to appear in paperback on 14th February; any relation to other events on that day is purely coincidental. The literary editor of The Times has even asked for a copy so you can now read what he reads… https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tapestry-Death-Chronicles-Brother-Hermitage/dp/0992939356/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
A short tale of Christmas and the spirit of giving, or the lack of it, emerges from the scriptorium. Hermitage and Wat must go to London to give the new King his Christmas present. Now that is not going to end well…Click here
Another Funny Book. Is there no end to the murderous goings on of medieval England? Hopefully not. Yet another Chronicle of Brother Hermitage is released into the wild. And this time Cwen is in the middle of it all. A fine young tapestrier with nimble fingers, an excellent eye for colour, great skill at the loom and some very peculiar relatives. Deceit, death, destruction and silliness; business as usual.
Available October 2017
It seems that the fellow who insists he is my agent has been going around taking all the credit for my work. This is completely outrageous and I am of a mind to consider giving him a firm talking to. He even claims that his books have been a great success – His Books! Who works away in the scriptorium all day? Not him, that’s for sure. Be warned dear reader… https://selfpublishingadvice.org/sunday-self-publishing-success-story-howard-matthews/
To be released upon the world on August 25th, the ninth outing of the fully medieval, but barely detective, Brother Hermitage. Another 90-odd thousand words of confusion, chaos and death, much like life, really. Read about monks, read about Normans, read about Grimsby – it has everything the modern reader could possibly demand. And it’s very funny.