James McGee is the pseudonym of Glen Moy, an army brat who lived in Gibraltar, Germany and Northern Ireland. He has worked in banking, sales, newspapers, and the airline industry, but for the last fifteen years he has been a bookseller. McGee's interest in Napoleonic Wars dates back to his school days. He has travelled extensively in Europe, the United States, Australia and the Far East, but nowadays resides in East Sussex.
Praise for Resurrectionist:
`Breakneck pace, brutal action, clever characterisation and twisty plotting ... James McGee brings Regency London to life - or perhaps I should say to death!' Reginald Hill
Praise for Ratcatcher:
'Irresistible... rambunctious entertainment'
'Rumbustious...a darkly attractive hero, terrific period atmosphere and action' The Times
'Atmospheric and well researched... try it' Daily Mirror
'Ratcatcher has everything: duels and derring-do, London highlife and lowlife, French lechery and treachery - all contained in a fast-moving, cleverly constructed plot with an immaculately detailed historical background. Add a hero who is ruthless, mysterious and sexy, and it's a safe bet that Ratcatcher marks the start of a series that will run and run ... and run!' Reginald Hill
`Ratcatcher is a richly enjoyable and impressively researched novel - also very gripping. James McGee is clearly a rising star in the historical galaxy and I look forward to Hawkwood's return' Andrew Taylor, author of 'The American Boy'