Set during the reign of William and Mary, the King of clubs is the third novel in the Peck family saga.
William Peck is forced to leave his beloved Virginia and return to the land of his birth... More > where two kings are fighting for the English throne and the deciding facter will be the Monarch with the biggest club.< Less
Meg fig stories are for children, but then aren't we all children at heart. Meg Fig tells stories where children can live their dreams. That is why children love Meg Fig. She is the old lady who... More > lives next door or perhaps in the next street, perhaps she is even your favourite aunt. She is a kind, compassionate and generous person who would not say boo to a goose; she is also the good fairy to two very inquisitive children. In a school without books she transports her children back into their dreams to a land where witches,fairies and wizards live. Oh, by the way, I nearly forgot there is also a school without books.< Less
Enjoy two books for the price of one.
Meg Fig again takes children into the land of make-believe where witches fairies elves and gnomes live. There is also a witch to contend with who is not very... More > kind to animals and grim wood is a miserable place where no one really likes to visit; that is until the magic broomstick broomstick arrives.
The magic ballet shoes are every girls dream. They teach the wearer to dance but when they are stolen then Meg Fig has to put a stop to a witches mischievous behaviour.< Less
Meg Fig, Keturah and Oliver are enjoying the fair until the carousel spins round and Meg sees an old friend. But why should her friend be on a carousel? Meg has to seek out the reason and travel once... More > more into a land of witches, wizards, fairies and a ferocious dragon.< Less
Meg Fig is suddenly confronted by the characters of the brothers Grimm fairy stories but where do they come from and how did they find their way into Nutbury. There is only one way to find out and... More > that is by climbing aboard the magic rocking horse and taking a trip into the world of witches, wizards and dragons.< Less
Edward the VI is dead and England is on the verge of a civil war. Protestant or Catholic; Jane or Mary. The question as to who will succeed can only be determined by force of arms. Thomas Trippleton... More > a protestant does not have a choice he has to pledge and oath to Mary Tudor to enable him to save his father who has been accused of spying Should Thomas fail then the axeman is waiting.< Less
Written in Blood carved in stone is the first book of the Peck trilogy. set in the year 1668. There is unrest in the Stuart Kingdom and some factions of the English nobility want change. William Peck... More > is caught up in the rivalry and reluctantly he has to take sides. Peck finds himself on a slave ship that is headed for Virginia leaving his ambitions to build a racing stud farm in tatters. Now he has only one ambition and that is revenge. But being 3000 miles away from home poses a few problems. The novel is the tale of action, romance, love and death and of course revenge.< Less
This is a story of a love lost and a new love found. A voyage of discovery to where death is a matter of fact. It is the story of courage whereby an English village makes a sacrifice that would bring... More > only heartache.
Robert Watson tried and found guilty has to overcome Greed and bigotry. He is told a fairy story but is it to be believed?
The fairy story had been embellished by each teller until it was a myth that was to last almost two hundred years; that was until the 1663 when it became a reality. When notes and missives were passed between Spain, France, England and Turkey. The silver keys had to be found.< Less
The Keepers of the King's secrets is the second book in the Peck family saga.
Set in the turbulent times of the Monmouth rebellion the Peck family are once again caught up in a war that is not of... More > their making.
William Peck has to save his daughter from the clutches of her Dutch ancestors. But there is a problem and that is Monmouth and Argyle. The Peck family must not be seen to be taking sides.< Less