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About Aenghus Chisholme
An experienced writer in his professional life, Aenghus has written millions of words to inform and educate people. In 2010 he turned his skills to writing fiction. The result was the first of four sword-and-sorcery novels that do for the King Arthur legend what True Blood did for vampires. Don't expect the ordinary when traversing the intriguing story lines that Aenghus has his characters tread.
Not wanting to be typecast as a fantasy-only writer Aenghus's fifth novel was written in the style of Agatha Christie. It is murder mystery at its very sharpest. Tension and deception on the high-seas as the passengers and crew of the Mary Celeste are picked off one by one.
Jack the Ripper features in the latest offering from Aenghus. Expect one more murder mystery to round-off the trilogy before he transforms his genre once again. Keep your eyes open for the next genus of writing that Aenghus takes on with stylish aplomb.
Self-published author Aenghus Chisholme spells-out in clear steps, how to achieve your goal of writing that story that you’ve been thinking about for so long.
There are learnings to be discovered from the journey that another has taken. Like a guide in a foreign land, Aenghus will lead you to the very heart of how to produce your first book.
But in the year 1893 something is lurking in the mists that roll down the valley. Hideous and relentless; it is murdering the inhabitants but masquerading the deaths in a fiendish way. The townspeople are divided. Are they victims of a irresistible force or is it just unfortunate happenstance?
Prince Amhar, Arthur's only legitimate son opposes his father's tactics and reasoning. Along with his half-brother Mordrede, they offer support to the township of Camlann, the site of Arthur's next planned assault.
Magicians Morgan Le Fay and Merlin take opposing viewpoints over the King's actions and a rift is formed in their twenty-seven year friendship.
Will Arthur wage war against his own flesh-and-blood; risking a schism within his Kingdom in order to fulfill his desire for a country purged of the invaders?
Desperate for help Merlin turns to Queen Nimue of the faerie people. In an alliance forged from need the mystical beings unravel the circumstances that cause the appearance of the Green Knight at every full-moon.
With each ensuing attack the Green Knight becomes more powerful and more cunning. Can the alliance between the faerie people and King Arthur's court overcome their mistrust of each other in order to battle the very embodiment of evil?
Queen Gwenhwyvar and Sorceress Morgan Le Fay take it upon themselves to recover the stolen sword. Little do they know a magical beast guards the sword and will devour any who try to retrieve it.
King Arthur is facing battle with the murderous Saxon overlord Aelle. Meanwhile the self-absorbed ruler of the Faerie people Hellekin, is set to intervene in Arthur’s battle because of Nimue’s involvement with the humans. Causing a situation that may tip the balance of power to the invading warmonger.
Enter a tangled web of intrigue and lust, sorcery and sword fights, as the lives of these mythical figures intersect and irrevocably change the natural course of events in the year AD 491.