This is the home of Howard of Warwick; creator of Historical fiction gone very wrong indeed.

The Chronicles of Brother Hermitage: a monk more medieval than detective, who nonetheless solves mysteries – somehow. Accompanied by Wat, weaver of adult tapestry, and by Cwen talented young tapestrier with a temper like a bull with a bear on its back. Brother Hermitage regularly stumbles upon the answer – and then gets made to do it again.

History as it might have been, but probably wasn’t: 1066 and Magna Carta have fallen to Howard’s unique interpretations. Enough to make full-grown historians reach for the smelling salts.

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AUTHOR updates on the blog

  • Nobody said that The King’s Investigator was Part I and now there’s a Part II. It all seems very suspect

  • The Case of the Curious Corpse, the eighth Chronicle of Brother Hermitage, is finding its way onto paper. Nearly every

  • The Case of The Clerical Cadaver has now inked itself all over some paper. As well as the electronic version,

  • What do you know? This social isolation business has done the scriptorium no end of good. Another title out already,

  • Coming to a book repository near you very soon, The 1066 via Derby. The Normans are in town; beware, be