‘Deus Le Volt!’ … ‘God Wills It!’ The cry of the first Crusade in 1098, despatched by Pope Urban to free Jerusalem from the Turks. Honoré and Emily are plunged into the middle of the conflict on the trail of what appears to be a time travelling knight.
As the siege of Antioch draws to a close, so death haunts the blood-soaked streets … and the Fendahl – a creature that feeds on life itself – is summoned. Honoré and Emily find themselves facing angels and demons in a battle to survive their latest adventure.
Part mystery, part detective story, part dark fantasy, part science fiction… original adventures in time and space.
112pp approx. A5-format paperback novella.
Published 19 January 2006
Also available as a numbered limited edition deluxe hardback, signed by the author:
Also available as a Fantom Films audiobook:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jon de Burgh Miller lives in London where, in addition to writing, he runs an internet consultancy company and is a keen student of medieval history.
Jon’s previous work includes the novel Doctor Who: Dying in the Sun for BBC Books, co-authoring Twilight of the Gods for Virgin Publishing’s New Adventures series, as well as several short stories in collections such as Missing Pieces and Short Trips: Repercussions. Over the years he has written for several cult TV magazines including The Official Xena: Warrior Princess Magazine, Doctor Who Magazine and Cult Times, as well as numerous fanzine articles.
Jon also co-founded, co-edited and wrote for the pop culture review site shinyshelf.co.uk.