Set in the Middle Ages, Mark Lord’s novel tells a gripping story where demons and necromancers engage in a power game with the adventurous protagonists Jake, Roger and the beautiful Isabel, who is accused of witchcraft.
Investigating an infestation of demons in the town of St Brett’s is the last thing that Jake Savage wants to do this summer. But for his master, the controversial Oxford scholar Roger Sotil, it is a chance to prove his theories about demons and avoid charges of heresy.
The Abbot of St Brett's has called for Roger’s help to rid his town of demons. Jake owes Roger a massive debt, but St Brett’s is a town that holds dark memories for him. Who is behind this plot and what is the ultimate prize?
An Electrifying Plot That Merges Skillfully Actual Historical Events With Fantastical Elements
In Hell has its Demons a plot unfolds to use demons to take the ultimate prize of all - the crown of Edward III, King of England.
"With 'Hell Has Its Demons', Jake Savage finally gets a novel and it's a good one." - SFcrowsnest
"What I enjoy most about Mark Lord's writing is that he manages to convey a sense of period without knocking the reader over the head with detail. His settings feel authentic without being manufactured." - SFcrowsnest
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What happens when the man you thought would protect you is more than a man? When another suitor comes calling would you stand by your werewolf husband or be tempted to seek protection against the dangers of the wild forest with another?
"I am the last survivor of the noble family of Trigoff...This is my confession." A tale of knights, castles, maidens and werewolves set in Medieval France at the height of the Hundred Years War.
This historical fantasy short story is a retelling of Marie de France's classic Medieval Romance Bisclavret.
Roger Draper suspects that a necromancer is at work in a small medieval English town. But rather than uncovering foul magical deeds he manages to implicate the women he desires in accusations of witchcraft. With only the town drunk to help him, Roger must untangle the mess he has created.
Be prepared for a heady concoction of gritty medieval life, humour and magic.
Bird Talk: A Tale of Medieval Magic is an Historical Fantasy short story.
In the shadows of the dark forest death awaits the unwary. For Jake and his fellow fugitives, there is more to be afraid of than wolves and outlaws. There are Vampires.
It is 1374 and Jake Savage, previously an archer in the English army, is running away from his past. But in the dark woods that past is about to catch up with him. The young boy he saved from murder at the hands of his former comrades has found him and now he must make the ultimate decision – to die a horrific death or live on as one of the undead.
Death on the Lips is a Sotil and Savage Mystery—a novella length story set in an England of the Fourteenth Century where magic works and demons are real.
The Countess of Suffolk lies dead in her own bedchamber. Her body has been horribly mutilated. Clearly a case of a demon attack according to her chamberlain. The alchemist she retained has fled the house—and surely he must be to blame? But when Jake finds a pot of lip paint and a tally stick other possibilities emerge. It’s another case for Roger Sotil and Jake Savage, Inquisitors of Sorcery to the court of Richard II. And as usual things are not as they appear.
Roger Sotil and Jake Savage also appear in a novel length story: Hell has its Demons—an exciting medieval fantasy thriller.