Felix the Fox is a failed magician (not his fault he couldn't pay tuition and got thrown out), a discharged legionary (honourably discharged - even if the dice were loaded), and a full time investigator of crap no one else wants to touch. Assaph is just the guy putting words on paper for Felix.

Following the last post where I celebrated a (rather dubious) review of Murder In Absentia, this weekend was graced by two great reviews. The first from TJ Green: I’d heard lots of good things about this book, and I’m pleased to say I was not disappointed! This book is a detective story set in ancient Rome, […]

A guest post I have written as part of Mystery Thriller Week, originally published on Rae’s “A new Look on Books” blog. What’s in common between the latest scientific research about virus propagation, genetic modification for interstellar colonisation, and ancient priests poking about in animal entrails to predict the favour of the gods? More on […]