Did you know the gods can use mobile phones?

No? Me neither.

Meet Conrad Clarke, former RAF pilot and alleged gangster. He wants to start a new life with a clean slate and all his sins excused, but someone has been watching him. Someone has plans for Conrad. His new life won’t be at all what he imagined

A shadowy Phantom who calls himself Allfather pays Conrad a visit and gives him the key to unlock a universe of magick. Before you can say Ragnarok, Conrad is plunged into a world of gods, Mages, Witches, Dwarves and one rather aggressive giant mole.

He also has a mission: to seek a commission in the King’s Watch.

Discover more by clicking on the covers…


Cover for the 13th Witch by Mark Hayden
The 13th Witch – The First Book of the King’s Watch


Cover for the 12 Dragons of Albion by Mark Hayden
The Twelve Dragons of Albion – The Second Book of the King’s Watch

And if you’ve read the books, you’ll know that there’s a promise of a philosophical discussion. I hate to disappoint my readers, so click on the image:

Do we have free will?