Jerusalem Falls (April, 2012)
This sweeping medieval saga follows a courageous Templar Knight from the thirteenth century fields of the verdant Languedoc, to Outremer and the collapse of the Holy Crusades, through his own personal struggles, and to the ultimate destruction of his noble and legendary Templar Order.
A compelling drama, and at times visceral. Nice character development, and the pace of the story is well done.
— Jeanne Pawluk, St. Catharines, Ontario
Captivating. Masterfully written, and a must read. Once engrossed, I couldn’t put it down.
— Brent Naseath, Monterey, California
• Honorable Mention for General Fiction at the 2012 New England Book Festival.
The Pict (August, 2007)
Jack's first novel, The Pict tells the tale of one brave leader who unites the first-century Pictish tribes of Scotland to stand firm against savage Roman conquest. With a passion for freedom that would one day mark the very spirit of the Scottish nation, Calach leads the rising of a loose affiliation of tribes against the might of the greatest military force the world had ever known.
The Pict is an award-Winning Historical Novel: