James McGee has worked in banking, sales, newspapers, the airline industry and bookselling. His interest in the Napoleonic period dates back to his first reading of C.S. Forester's The Gun. This is the fourth in a series of books featuring Matthew Hawkwood.
Praise for James McGee:
`Irresistible... rambunctious entertainment' Observer
`Rumbustious...a darkly attractive hero, terrific period atmosphere and action' The Times
'Atmospheric and well researched... try it' Daily Mirror'
`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 Ashes of London
`Breakneck pace, brutal action, clever characterisation and twisty plotting ...' Reginald Hill
`Balancing moments of poignancy with swashbuckling action, historical interest, powerful suspense and wry wit, McGee delivers all the delights of a classic adventure story' Publishers Weekly
`Hawkwood's a hero to root for... Captivating action, page upon page, from a Regency era Bond or Bourne' Kirkus Reviews