Magnus the Magnificent Book Trailer 2018
Medieval mystery set in France! Now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.
Monday, October 29, 2018
A reading by Gordon Cope from MAGNUS THE MAGNIFICENT
Author Gordon Cope will be visiting Owl’s Nest Books in Calgary Alberta on October 29 to read from Magnus the Magnificent. Come out and join us in a night of skullduggery and mystery!
Magnus the Magnificent: A medieval mystery set in France
Historical Fiction / Mystery
“A riveting tale of intrigue and skullduggery most foul!” – Brian Brennan, award-winning and best-selling author
Thomas Percival was born in England in 1384. At the age of 13, he meets Nicodemus, a dwarf like himself, and Thomas runs away from home and joins the nefarious entertainer’s traveling circus. Nicodemus teaches the lad how to juggle, play the lute, and pick a lock, as well as the secrets of the Magnii…
FBI agent Jack Kenyon is on the trail again. The Aryan Templars are determined to take over the US by instigating Armageddon. In their creed, the final battle is initiated by the Second Coming. They travel to Paris and steal the crown of thorns from Notre Dame Cathedral, remove blood remnants from the crown, extract the DNA, and impregnate a young woman. It’s up to Jack to thwart their plans before the child is born…
FBI Agent Jack Kenyon is an expert at cyber warfare, in which hackers and secret government agencies leverage weak spots in the Internet to cause carnage to their enemies. Assigned to uncover an industrial spy ring trying to steal Cyberworm, a US secret code, Jack is sure the murder of a double agent is linked to his investigation…
Join Gordon Cope and his wife, Linda, as they discover the enchanting customs, cuisine and inhabitants of the most eccentric 12th-century village in the United Kingdom. Meet Edwina, the village gossip; Teddy, the former Second World War bomber pilot; and Allan, the genius inventor. Experience the warmth of a rural English community, its pace of life dictated by the stately flow of the storied Thames River.
Shortlisted for the Calgary W.O. Mitchell Prize. From the remote Cook Islands to the hustle and bustle of Sydney Australia, from the new agey cities of New Zealand to Perry Mason’s orchid garden in Fiji, Gordon and his wife Linda search for happiness – and the best sauvignon blanc in the southern hemisphere.
Sometimes your wildest dreams come true. When his wife Linda is offered a one-year posting in France, journalist Gord Cope find himself on a fantasy assignment; a year in Paris with nothing to do but write. They settle into an apartment on rue Barbette on the Right Bank of the Seine in Le Marais, a neighbourhood rich in culture, conspiracy and craziness—in short, their kind of place…