Professional oral storyteller and author of the EU’s guide to using storytelling in the classroom, as well as 2 books published by The History Press: "Cambridgeshire Folk Tales for Children" (2016) and "Who Made England?" (2017).
On a criminal psychologist’s journey to find her stalker, she realizes that her past is forcefully crawling to the surface, revealing secrets she was not aware of. Now, it’s a matter of whether she can find the demons hiding behind angelic faces.
This sounds like a fantastic premise! Fulton clearly knows his setting and his subject matter, but he also knows how to draw you straight into the intrigue. Worth watching...!
A Highland cop cursed with second sight investigates a murder with macabre echoes of a 2,000-year-old Celtic threefold death ritual. But is the killer a "who" or a "what"?
BOAT has a strong premise & an equally brilliant opening (like Dean, I got fully involved at Sara's "Will they eat me?"). The action & intrigue is there from the off. An edit is needed here 'n' there (e.g. some commas can go), but it's shaping up grand!
Flintlock epic fantasy that’s a bit dark without going all grimdark. A condemned witch and a traumatized soldier are caught between dead gods who want to murder their parents and a living sword with dreams of genocide.