England’s Martyr

1010AD: England is dying, its people brutalised and its lands ravaged after wave after wave of Norse invaders. King Ethelred does little but sit on his throne, haunted by his troubled past and easy prey for his manipulative advisors, leaving his subjects to fend for themselves. Unwilling to stand by and do nothing, a famous Ealdorman, Ulfcytel of Eastengle, has gathered an army, ready to fight and die rather than capitulate to the latest invader: a brutal “Jomsviking” warlord known as Thorkell the Tall. To Ulfcytel’s surprise, his army is soon joined by a stranger from the south, Alaric, who has rushed to assist him in the hope that England might finally prevail. Unbeknownst to Alaric and Ulfcytel, their efforts to save their people have gained the attention of their disturbed and ill-advised king, setting in motion a chain of events that they, and all England, can only hope to endure.

Meet Alfred Read

Alfred Read is a former political correspondent turned author of historical fiction. He holds a degree in journalism and master’s degrees in human rights and global politics. Over the years he’s developed a keen interest in history, most particularly the Anglo Saxon period of his native England.

The Invisible Body

A strange ability. A discovered corpse. But will his supernatural sleuthing skills lead him into a killer’s trap?

England, 1990. Reed has travelled his whole life in search of someone who understands him. So he’s thrilled when his journey brings him to free-spirited Zoya, who shares his rare ability to dream-walk. But after his gift leads him to a hidden corpse, he becomes the prime suspect in the murder.

Despite the setback, Reed resolves to use his power to help crack the case. 

When the real perpetrator delivers a violent threat, he’s tempted to give up, slip into his camper van and hit the road again. After all, who would miss him?

Will Reed flee the tiny seaside town and abandon his new friends – or will he risk everything to expose the murderer?

The Invisible Body is the first book of The Falling Awake Mysteries, a captivating, character-led series that blends amateur sleuth crime story with an exploration of human connection. If you like compelling characters, seaside settings and a hint of the paranormal, then you’ll love Jenny Cutts’ intriguing novel. 

Buy The Invisible Body and unravel the mystery today.


Meet Jenny Cutts

Jenny Cutts is the author of The Falling Awake Mysteries, a sophisticated cozy mystery series set in the UK. A literature graduate and former archivist with a passion for cinema, she punctuates her writing time by watching the city bustling below her window and gazing at the big skies rolling above.

Running From Dust

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“I could not put this book down.” 5 Stars – Goodreads Reviewer

“An attention grabbing psychological thriller.” 5 Stars – Goodreads Reviewer

Jude Craig is a level-headed 30-something history teacher in a Yorkshire secondary school who enjoys a comfortable life. She has two close friends, a beloved rescue dog, and a two bedroom semi-detached that she calls home in the northern English town of Uxton.

However, within a matter of days her professional and personal life are shattered by a series of strange events in her home.

What starts with the sound of papers fluttering to the floor quickly escalates to Jude discovering that someone has been in the house whilst she is sleeping. In the middle of the night a man appears to stand outside Jude’s house. He slips unnoticed into her home and begins his mission. His identity is unknown but his intent is to destroy Jude’s life.

As events unfold, Jude’s friends wonder if one of her pupils could be responsible due to his unhealthy interest in her or, perhaps, if Jude is suffering from PTSD due to a past trauma and imagining these strange events as she attempts to cope.

When Jude is driven out of her job and home, she is forced to discover whether she is being haunted, stalked by a pupil, or if the terrifying possibility could be true that she is losing her mind.

Britfield and the Lost Crown

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BRITFIELD & THE LOST CROWN is a fast-paced adventure novel that transports the reader from the smoldering crags of Yorkshire, through the heart of England, and finally to the magnificent shores of Dover. Creating an interactive world of mystery and adventure, Britfield is about friendship, family, loyalty, and courage.

ESCAPING FROM WEATHERLY ORPHANAGE, a place where learning is suppressed, and children are treated as labor, best friends Tom and Sarah outsmart the nasty owners Mr. and Mrs. Grievous, the seedy caretaker Mr. Speckle, and even the legendary watchdog Wind. Yet shortly before leaving, Tom discovers a clue that will change his life forever.

Relentlessly chased by the illustrious Detective Gowerstone, the two narrowly escape by commandeering a hot air balloon and flying over central England. Crashing at Oxford University, they receive the sympathy of Dr. Hainsworth, an esteemed professor who decides to help them safely get to London.

Forced to land the balloon at Windsor Castle, Hainsworth asks for help from former student and head butler Philip. After a white-knuckled chase through St. Paul’s Cathedral and the London underground, with Detective Gowerstone still in hot pursuit, Tom and Sarah are nearly out of time.

Hey Kids! Let’s Visit London England: Fun Facts and Amazing Discoveries for Kids (Hey Kids! Let’s Visit #4)

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Fun and Exciting Facts about London England
Hey Kids! Did you know…

  • London England is one of the most visited cities in the world?
  • There is a trolley partially through the wall to Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross Station?
  • There is a Giant Observation Wheel in the center of the city?
  • There are iconic red phone booths all over London and the United Kingdom?
  • You can actually walk across the “Brockdale Bridge” that was destroyed by the death-eaters in ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’?

You will discover all of these things and more as we visit London England! Full of photos and fun facts about London and London attractions (and fun side trips), this book is great whether you are preparing for a trip to London with the family, or simply want to learn a little more about this famous city.

This London England Travel Book for kids spells out the best things to do in London England for kids. Full of fun information and fun facts, this travel guide is sized just right for kids to carry along as they visit the attractions.

Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series of children’s books! Be sure to check out the entire series of travel books for kids!

So, scroll back to the top, and grab this fun filled London Travel Guide!

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