Here you’ll find pretty much all of my books and stories, working back from the most recent. Links aren’t comprehensive – I haven’t included every Black Library compilation to include one of my shorts, and ebooks can usually be bought from other sites including the Apple iBook store. Check your favourites outlet if it’s not listed here.
Dead Stop, 2014, Abaddon
An e-novella in Abaddon’s ‘Tomes of the Dead’ line, although this is a complete standalone: a zombie noir story with a femme fatale ghost, a hapless psychic protagonist and action and horror and other stuff. Probably my favourite writing to date:
The Siege of Fellguard/The Hour of Hell, 2013, Black Library
Two inter-locking Warhammer 40,000 stories of the Imperial Guard vs traitors and daemons, published as eshorts.
Iron Guard, 2012, Black Library
‘Warhammer 40,000’ novel starring the Mordian Iron Guard regiment, available as an ebook or paperback.
‘In Hrondir’s Tomb’, published in Hammer and Bolter #20, 2012, Black Library
A short Space Wolves story set in the ‘Warhammer 40,000’ universe, published in Black Library’s fiction e-magazine.
‘The Beast Within’ (with artist Kenny Jeffery), published in Predators, 2011, Accent UK
A short comic story of vampire seduction with a darkly comic twist.
‘In the Ledgers of Madness’, published in Bernice Summerfield: Present Danger, 2010, Big Finish.
Bringing back a character from Venus Mantrap, this potent genre cocktail of eldritch menace and complex accounting arose from one of those stupid thoughts I occasionally have: what if someone tried to take down Cthulhu or some other Elder God by busting them on a tax issue, like they did with Al Capone?
‘Sanctified’, published in Fear the Alien, 2010, Black Library
My first ‘Warhammer 40,000’ short story: essentially Die Hard on an Imperial spaceship, with a member of the Adeptus Mechanicus fighting off Dark Eldar who are attempting to hijack the ship and spirit it off into the webway.
Bernice Summerfield: Secret Histories (editor), 2009, Big Finish.
A short story collection featuring the character of Bernice Summerfield, created by Paul Cornell. Edited by myself, with stories by Lance Parkin, Eddie Robson, Jonathan Dennis and many more, all wrapped in a framing sequence by me.
‘Channel 666’, published in The Panda Book of Horror, 2009, Obverse Books.
A genre-mashing horror story for Obverse Books’ range featuring Iris Wildthyme and her friend Panda, both created by novelist Paul Magrs.
Bernice Summerfield: Venus Mantrap (with Lance Parkin), 2009, Big Finish.
An audio-play on CD featuring the character of Bernice Summerfield, created by Paul Cornell. Written by myself and Lance Parkin, it stars Lisa Bowerman as Bernice, and Jo Castleton as Professor Scoblow, a character from our 1998 novel ‘Beige Planet Mars’.
‘Crime and Punishment in Switchertronia’ (with artist Stu Chapman), published in Robots, 2008, Accent UK.
‘Nomads’ (with artist Barry Renshaw), published in Zombies, 2007, Accent UK.
Short comic stories for the popular Accent UK anthologies.
Who’s Next: An Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who, 2005, Virgin Books (with Eddie Robson and Jim Smith)
An episode guide to all broadcast ‘Doctor Who’ prior to the 2005 revival.
Secret Identities: An Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Alias (with Lance Parkin), 2003, Virgin Books.
An episode guide to the first two seasons of ‘Alias’, including analysis of each episode, along with details of the ‘Alias’ webgame and the prequel novels.
Small Town, Strange World: An Unauthorised and Unofficial Guide to Smallville, 2003, Virgin Books.
An episode guide to ‘Smallville’.
Doctor Who: Hope, 2002, BBC Books.
A ‘Doctor Who’ novel featuring a giant cyborg villain and flying submarines.
Soul Searching: An Unofficial Guide to the Life and Trials of Ally McBeal, (with Jim Smith), 2000, Virgin Publishing.
An episode guide to the TV show ‘Ally McBeal’, covering the first three seasons before either Robert Downey Jr arrived or the series went completely rubbish.
Twilight of the Gods, (with Jon de Burgh Miller), 1999, Virgin Publishing.
The last book in the ‘New Adventures’ range, wrapping up many plot threads and getting some continuity points entirely wrong.
Doctor Who: The Taking of Planet Five (with Simon Bucher-Jones), 1999, BBC Books.
A ‘Doctor Who’ novel starring the Doctor-as-played-by-Paul-McGann, featuring Lovecraftian elements and a lot of stuff about the Time Lords having a war.
Beige Planet Mars (with Lance Parkin), 1998, Virgin Publishing.
A novel in Virgin’s late, much lamented ‘New Adventures’ series. A combination of campus novel, murder mystery and science fiction set at an academic conference on Mars.
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