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Bibliography
 
Swords of Albion
The Silver Skull  
The Scar-Crow Men  
 
The Dark Age
The Hounds of Avalon  
 
The Dark Age
The Queen of Sinister  
 
The Dark Age
The Devil in Green  
 
The Age of Misrule
Always Forever  
 
The Age of Misrule
Darkest Hour  
 
The Age of Misrule
World's End  
 
Other
The Eternal  
Nocturne  
Underground  
Wonderland  
The Fairy Feller's Master Stroke  
Sword of Albion  
Scissorman  
 
Official sffworld.com reviews

The Scar-Crow Men

Mark reviews the second of Mr. Chadbourn's Swords of Albion books: did he enjoy it as much as the first?

Sword of Albion

Mark reviews Mark Chadbourn's first novel of Will Swyfte, Elizabethan James Bond.

The Silver Skull

Imagine James Bond and Sherlock Holmes rolled into one fighting the Fae in Elizabethan England. That's the starting point for Chadbourn's flavorful genre hybrid.

Always Forever

The beings of Celtic myth are firmly entrenched as Mark Chadbourn closes out his Age of Misrule trilogy.

Darkest Hour

Mark Chadbourn's impressive trilogy continues in the second book.

World's End

Mark Chadbourn destroys technology and brings back magic in the opening salvo of The Age of Misrule, Rob is glad it finally hit the States.