Tales of the Lawless Land
bestselling author Boyd Morrison and his sister, expert art historian Beth Morrison.
“A rollicking adventure”
—New York Times Book Review
[Fox is a] medieval action hero [in a] rollicking adventure [with] inventive twists and turns of a satisfyingly bustling plot.
—New York Times Book Review (on The Lawless Land)
—Publishers Weekly (on The Lawless Land)
—Historical Novel Society (on The Lawless Land)
Fantastic—suspenseful and historically fascinating… Gerard Fox could be Jack Reacher’s ancestor, 700 years ago. Highly recommended!
—Lee Child (on The Lawless Land)
The Lawless Land is non-stop action, an exciting cross between Raiders of the Lost Ark and Excalibur that will have you turning the pages so fast you’ll get blisters!
—Lee Goldberg (on The Lawless Land)
—Elizabeth George (on The Last True Templar)
This is a solid, well written thriller, full of action, villainy, and close calls.
—Booklist (on The Ark)
[An] excellent third thriller… Compelling action… [An] electrifying blend of history, myth, and science.
—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review (on The Vault)
The exotic weapons-driven, more-threads-than-a-sweater narrative explodes with action.
—Kirkus Reviews (on The Emperor’s Revenge)
All-out nonstop action … The story hits the gas pedal and never taps the brakes.
—Associated Press (on Final Option)
A stunning thriller with a premise as ingenious as it is flawlessly executed.
—Author James Rollins (on The Ark)
This is top-notch suspense, with crisp plotting, believable characters, and well-researched science.
—Author Douglas Preston (on The Vault)
Boyd Morrison is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of twelve thrillers, including six collaborations with Clive Cussler in the Oregon Files adventure series. His first novel, The Ark, was an Indie Next Notable pick and has been translated into more than a dozen languages. He has a PhD in industrial engineering from Virginia Tech.