Second Sight for Sore Eyes (The Black Pages)
Kurt Crane, Magic Man, former detective, and reincarnated immortal, is coming out of retirement.
While a man in London faces a stalker problem, the rough sleepers of Dublin are troubled by something lurking in the depths of the Liffey, and a psychic from Moore Street learns he can really predict the future.
Bearing a broken heart and a magical eye, Kurt is thrown back into the secret society of magic and monsters. With the body count rising and time running out, it’s up to Kurt to join the dots and save the world.
A Death in the Family (The Black Pages)
Benjamin Cooper is about as close to death as someone can get, without actually dying. Literally.
In the wake of the Worst Year of the Century, the Coopers are visited by a man straight out of folklore, Death himself. Ben is forced, by way of fulfilling a supernatural debt, to take over the mantle of Reaper.
But life as Death is more complicated than Ben could ever imagine, and perfectly executing every order is rarely an easy task.
A Death in the Family is a tale of paying for others’ decisions, seeking to understand dying, and falling hopelessly in love.
Balor Reborn (The Rebirth Cycle, Book 1)
Based on the old Irish myth of Balor of the Evil Eye, Balor Reborn is the first in a series that seeks to revive the magic of Ireland. It was written and published in one week.
Old Ireland is returning, as an ancient evil arrives in Dublin. A single glance from his eye is all it takes to kill.
Stephen Fox is haunted by the memory of his wife, and suffers from guilt at abandoning his new-born son. The spirit of the tyrant Balor has come back to take his vengeance on the country. A hero must rise in the unwilling form of Fionn Murray, a university student with a mysterious past.. As a world of wonder unfolds around him, and with no one but his house mate Michael at his side, he’s left with the choice of running, or facing the evil that could consume the world.
The Hounds of Hell (The Rebirth Cycle, Book 2)
Dogs are going wild in Galway, unable to be killed. Gathering around a black hound, they put Ireland at risk.
In the aftermath of Balor’s attack on Dublin City, Fionn Murray and Michael Curran travel back to Fionn’s hometown in Galway, to visit his sickly parents. With the help of his childhood friend, Emily Shanahan, Fionn hopes to nurse his parents back to health. At the same time, he hopes to find some answers about his birth parents.
With the local hospital filling up with victims of dog attacks, and a superhuman neighbour to deal with, Ireland’s chosen hero has another evil to stand up to. The hounds of hell are on the roam, and no one living is safe.
The Blood of Leap (The Rebirth Cycle, Book 3)
Europe’s most haunted castle, three heroes, one witch, more spirits than can be counted, and a tour group of innocent victims in waiting.
Rather than head straight back to Dublin, Fionn, Emily and Michael head to Leap Castle, where dangers older than the castle walls threaten to destroy everything.
Stories come together and unfold as the old magic of Ireland threatens its return, whatever the cost.
Old Gods & Wicked Things (The Rebirth Cycle, Companion Stories)
Old Ireland is returning. Across the nation, the old gods are stirring, and foreign gods are invading. Dark creatures are lurking in the shadows and the night, warping the minds of humans, falling in love, and searching for meaning.
Ireland in the twenty first century is faced with poets, trickster, vampires and living darkness. In 22 flash stories, a host of monsters and men will show their true selves.
Dublin’s Fierce City
Cupán Fae is the caffeine-filled home away from home for fantasy writers in Dublin.
In Dublin’s Fierce City, nine writers from the group present seventeen tales of magic and wonder. Explore a city of fairies and ghosts, where one is as bad as the other.
Avoid the curses of witches, and escape the wrath of angels and demons. Survive alien invasions and all out war, and come out the other side seeing the whole world differently.
On August 25th 2010, Carl Doyle vanished into thin air right in front of his friends.
Since he left, Alan Darcy has had to put up with the public interest. Life goes on, changed forever. People blame him for Carl disappearing: friends, the media, the authorities. The first chance he gets, he flees the country.
Over a year later, Carl returns as mysteriously as he disappeared. With no recollection of where he’s been, who he is or why he left, he can only wait for Alan to come back home, and attempt to remember his life before stepping forward in time.