/ Key title Hawkwood, the Regency James Bond, returns in this gripping, action packed sequel to the bestselling 'Ratcatcher'. / The return of Matthew Hawkwood, soldier, spy and tough peacekeeper from the bestselling 'Ratcatcher' / Marks the continuation of the thrilling new historical series in the tradition of Bernard Cornwell and Patrick O' Brian, with the next 'Hawkwood' to follow in February next year / 'Ratcatcher' received terrific reviews from the national press and became a Top 10 bestseller. 'Resurrectionist' spent a month in the Top 20 / Competition: Bernard Cornwell, Conn Iggulden, Patrick O'Brian
James McGee is the pseudonym of Glen Moy, the Ottakar's manager in Tenterden. Glen has worked in banking, sales, newspapers and the airline industry before bookselling. His interest in the Napoleonic period dates to his first reading of C.S.Forrester's 'The Gun'. 'Resurrectionist' is the second in a series of books featuring Matthew Hawkwood.
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 'Fascinating! with quickly paced action and many a twist and turn, McGee draws the plot's threads skilfully together! thoughtful, colourful and very readable' Historical Novels Review Praise for 'Ratcatcher': '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" marks the start of a series that will run and run! and run!' Reginald Hill 'A richly enjoyable and impressively researched novel' Andrew Taylor, author of 'The American Boy'